Author: Martin M. Olmos

Martin M. Olmos works as Educational Technologist at Moore Theological College, in Sydney, Australia. He has several years' experience in designing technology to support learning. He is passionate about using technology in innovative ways to provide theological education to Christians in the Global South. His first computer was a Commodore 64. One of his proudest achievements is writing assembler code for it which searched for magic squares, even though it never found any.

God, the Hacker: Technology, Mockery, and the Cross

The antiquity of the Bible may lead one to conclude it has little to say about technology. Yet, technology, broadly understood, is also ancient and the Bible actually says much about it, even giving examples of God’s own interactions with it. This article will explore the Bible’s attitude towards technology, focusing on God’s appropriation of […]