September 12, 2018

If we are unaware of and inattentive to the forces beneath the surfaces of our enveloping digital devices, we risk having our agency compromised by autonomous agents. Read more

September 5, 2018

Before its fall in the first century, a new vision of the city—and of a new technological order—emerged in Jerusalem. Read more

August 28, 2018

The City of Babel reveals the limits of human agency. The City of New Jerusalem reveals the fulfillment of divine, natural, and human creativity. Read more

August 21, 2018

The story of the City of Babel is an acknowledgement of the limits of human agency and of the need for technological humility. Read more

August 17, 2018

The future we are creating through our current information revolution will be shaped by the narratives that have shaped us and by the narratives we shape. Read more

July 18, 2018

Technology helps us transcends limits, but when does transcendence become transgression? Read more

June 29, 2018

Black Mirror explores the unanticipated consequences of new technologies, but can it help us become wiser people? Read more

June 6, 2018

Competing narratives of human and technological evolution. Read more

May 21, 2018

I recently wrote about The Robloxian Christians (TRC), a church created and pastored by 18-year-old Daniel Herron in the virtual world of Roblox, an online gaming and social media platform. A growing community that boasts over 16,000 members, TRC features worship services, bible studies, and fellowship for those who log in to Roblox. While it is impossible to know the average age of TRCers without self-reported data, Herron estimates it is early teen. And this goes for the community’s leadership as… Read more

May 16, 2018

Discerning helps, harms, and remedies for well-being in the digital age. Read more

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