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November 30, 2011
May 18, 2011
December 8, 2010
Parents cannot be spectators in the lives of their children, but should set rules, establish expectations, enforce limitations, and constantly monitor their teenagers’ digital lives. Anything less is a form of parental negligence.
June 17, 2010
Christians are not called to be modern-day Luddites, smashing digital devices with sledgehammers. But we are called to be faithful stewards of digital opportunities, even as we are also called to be faithful in all our relationships. That second stewardship is surely of greater importance than the first.
May 25, 2010
Humanity had better think hard about whether this is a journey we are ready to entrust to scientists alone. The most urgent question raised by this new announcement is not so much what it means, but where it leads.
January 13, 2010
Just before Christmas I took delivery of a new Nook, the dedicated e-reader recently released by Barnes & Noble. Just having a Nook was something of a sensation, since the device had been so popular on pre-order that many orders still remain unfilled. Is the Nook an admirable e-reader? You bet. A Kindle-killer? Not yet, anyway.
December 8, 2009
Books are a major part of my daily life. As I write this, I am surrounded by many thousands of books, each with its own feel, appearance, and meaning. Many of these books have played crucial roles in my thinking and understanding. Even as Christianity requires a certain level of literacy for its transmission and understanding, the book (whether scroll or codex) is rightly cherished by Christ’s people.
November 18, 2008
There are few commentators more acutely aware of the foundational issues involved in our culture’s debates surrounding the dignity of human life and science than Yuval Levin. In his most recent book, Imagining the Future: Science and American Democracy, Levin gives an insightful study of the moral issues at stake in how Americans have historically…
October 9, 2008
July 25, 2008
Is technology changing the way that we think and process information? A number of social theorists are suggesting that it is. But do these questions have unique relevance for Christians? Can we remain godly in a wired world? Guest host Russell Moore welcomes Christian philosopher John Mark Reynolds to the program for a discussion on…