The digital transformation is one of the most pressing and widely discussed issues both in Public Theology and Religious Education. In many cases, however, little if any attention is given to those who are excluded from the public agora of internet communication. Drawing upon experiences gained in a school-related global networking project, this paper focuses on the “digital divide” and the challenges it poses to Public Theology, global learning and religious education. First, it points out inappropriate generalizations in the grand narratives of a “Digital Age”, “Digital World”, “Net Generation”, etc. In a next step, it presents central insights into digital inequality giving particular attention to the global divide between industrial and developing countries. Finally, it highlights and discusses possible consequences for Public Theology, global learning and Religious Education.