ABSTRACT. Through the tendencies, temptations, the capacity of manipulation, the offers of sensational and many other more or less visible methods, the internet affects in major ways both religion and culture, in particular at the level of the relativization of values, of spreading confusion, of the subjectivization of problems.

Keywords: globalization; culture; education; internet; religion; transcendence

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