My iPhone Has Magic Powers: Monday Morning Confessional

I confess that a few weeks ago I was leaving work at the end of the day, and as I was backing out of my parking space I got an alert on my iPhone. It said, “You are twelve minutes from home.” I had never received a message of this kind before. My first thought was, who is [Read More…]

What Ever Happened to the News?: How the Internet Transformed Ephemera into Journalism

I’m finding it harder and harder to read the news these days. Mostly I cycle through the sites I used to care about, glancing at headlines and thinking to myself how inane and ridiculous it has become. There’s an interesting article in The New York Times on the topic. It’s written by Ravi Somaiya, and it manages to be [Read More…]

10 Questions for the Only Pastor I Know Who Doesn’t Have a Cellphone

This article was previously published at Crosswalk.com. You can go here to see the whole interview. How many of your friends can you name who do not have a cell phone? If I don’t count anyone under the age of 16, or over the age of 80, then I can only name one: my friend Garrett. [Read More…]

Google Glass: Is This a Step Too Far? (If So, then Why Does It Look So Amazing?)

At what point does technology so impact the human person that it fundamentally changes what it means to be a person? Has that point already come and gone? And when we look at what we can do, does can mean ought? Is there a point at which technology so infiltrates personhood that it actually begins [Read More…]


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