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Preachers should learn how to propagate religion through modern technologies


Director general of IDO Media and Modern Technologies Affairs stated:
Preachers should know how to propagate the religion through the modern technologies and become familiar with the cyberspace and media in line with the religious propagation.
 
 
The educational course on the propagation techniques by making use of the modern technologies was held in Bandarabbas especial for the managers of Islamic development departments and religious affairs' experts in the presence of Hojatolesllam Ahmad Sehatqol, public relations office of Hormozgan Islamic development department reported.
At the beginning of this educational course, he said: In the modern world that enemies make use of every method to weaken the religion of Islam, the necessity of utilizing innovation in different fields with the aim of introducing the pure religion of Islam is become clear more than ever.
Director general of IDO Media and Modern Technologies Affairs continued: In the current society, non-using the modern literature and language and technologies is one of the weaknesses and obstacles on the way of offering the religious propagation properly and it cannot be a good solution to attract audiences.
He specified: Religious preachers should present the precious content of Islam to audiences by using the modern equipment and facilities.
It is essential for preachers to know how to propagate the religion by making use of the modern technologies and become familiar with the media and cyberspace in line with the religious propagation, he said.
As well as explaining the aims of holding the educational course on the techniques of propagation by making use of the modern technologies, Hojatoleslam Sehatqol said: This educational course is held with the aim of promoting the knowledge of learners of the religious propagation in accordance with the modern technologies.
News Code:41483
News Source :ido سازمان تبلیغات اسلامی
News Date :1/24/2018