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Andrew Byers’ “TheoMedia: The Media of God in a Digital Age”: A Review

Andrew Byers, TheoMedia: The Media of God in a Digital Age, Eugene, OR: Cascade, 2013, 252 pages, $25.20. Andrew Byers serves as the Chaplain at St. Mary’s College, Durham University, England. As a Theological Consultant for Codec Institute at St. John’s College, Durham University, he has explored many of the issues addressed in TheoMedia: The … [Read More...]

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Adagio for Skin

  Little man behind the podium I think I know where you're coming from; but all of your dead philosophy is vanity of vanities. I know the dark night of the soul – the bitter, … [Read More...]

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The Word Without Flesh: An Ethical Evaluation of Digital Media in Multi-Site Worship

It is not news to anyone that digital media use is a prominent characteristic of 21st century living. It is also not news to anyone that the American church is regrettably quick to fall in line with … [Read More...]

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Mary Poplin’s “Is Reality Secular?”: A Review

Mary Poplin, Is Reality Secular? Testing the Assumptions of Four Global Worldviews, Downer’s Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 2013, 320 pages, $15.88. “What is truth?” … [Read More...]

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Are TED Talks the New Sermon?

The digital age is invading our society like the army of locusts in Joel’s ambiguous prophecy (Joel 2:1-17). We have been ushered into a world of bits, bytes, data, and … [Read More...]

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Blind City Planner

City of God and City of Man. this landscape suggests a few things the city planners don't understand. Cities have a way of wrapping you in sinking you deeper and … [Read More...]

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