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God in a technological age
|Statement||John Wren-Lewis ; introduction by Theodore O. Wedel.|
|LC Classifications||BT130 .W745 1967|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
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God in a Technological Age Paperback – January 1, by John Wren-Lewis (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Wren-Lewis. Pattison does not profess to say where such thinking will finally lead.
Our thinking about God in the technological context will be indeed a thinking `about', a thinking that circles around the mystery of God, and offers wider horizons than seeing the world as a stock of goods A timely and sobering book.'Cited by: 6.
Introduction: Technology's Question to Technology 1. The Long Goodbye 2. Theologies of Technology 3. Heidegger and the Question Concerning Technology 4. We are Free to Think about God 5.
Putting it into Words 6. Seeing the Mystery 7. From Thinking about God to Acting in the World 8. Cyberversity or University. The Religion of Art in an Age Price: $ God in a technological age. [John Wren-Lewis] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search.
Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create # Forward Movement miniature book.\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The very idea that technology is a mixed blessing is a true act of Christian witness in a culture immersed in all that is 'new-fangled' and thus considered almost in god-like terms.
Kallenberg addresses in trenchant and true ways the claims of God and the Gospel on our gadget-infested culture/5(2). John Wren-Lewis is the author of God in a Technological Age ( avg rating, 1 rating, 1 review, published ), The to Nirvana ( avg rating, 0 Home My Books5/5.
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Don't have a Kindle. Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading by: 2. Taking up the critique of theology found in the work of Heidegger, George Pattison argues for a model of thinking about God that would not be liable to the charge of enframing that Heidegger sees as characteristic of technological thinking.
He constructs his case in relation to particular issues in bioethics, the place of theology in the university, the arts, and the contemporary experience of. Thinking about God in an Age of Technology by Professor George Pattison,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(3).
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[email protected] eCommons Citation Kallenberg, Brad, "God and Gadgets: Following Jesus in a Technological Age" ().Religious Studies Faculty Cited by: 2. Technology shapes every aspect of contemporary life, but George Pattison argues that thinking about God offers a creative counter-movement to the dominant technological culture.
His argument is applied to questions of ethics, university study, the arts, and urban living. Get this from a library. Thinking about God in an age of technology.
[George Pattison] -- Taking up the critique of theology found in the work of Heidegger, George Pattison argues for a model of thinking about God that would not be liable to the charge of ènframing' that Heidegger sees.
I want to share the following from a fantastic book I’m reading by Francis S. Collins, The Language of God: A Scientist Presents Evidence for Belief: In the twenty-first century, in an increasingly technological society, a battle is raging for the hearts and minds of humanity.
Many passages of Scripture refer to what will happen at the end of the age, but no other passage seems to deal with increasing knowledge or technology as a sign for us.
A greater sign is the advancement of the gospel which Jesus spoke of in Matthew and which He commanded us to proclaim in Matthew Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. Our job is still to love God and people in our day and age by proclaiming the gospel of Jesus Christ for God’s glory. And since our day and age is so saturated with technology, it is our job to figure out innovative ways to share the truths of God through that technology.
In that vein, here are four quick points about how to serve God with. To get the right answer to these questions, you have to examine Bible verses about technology to get the lowdown from God.
It’s a good idea to hear what others have to say about this topic. But knowing what God has to say about technology is the anchor that will help you to navigate the use of technology in your life and the life of your church. The sequence of technological advance seems to go something like this: 1) a new technology is introduced; 2) it takes off in the "secular" world; 3) eager pastors and churches keen to be relevant seize upon it in whatever way possible.
Home» Book Review» Book review: The new gods of technology Book review: The new gods of technology. Mar 4, by Ted Lewis. who promotes a critical engagement that requires trust in God along with a moral framework for measuring the merits of any technology.
I first read Ray Kurzweil’s book, The Age of Spiritual Machines, ina few years after I dropped out of Bible school and stopped believing in God. I was living alone in Chicago’s southern Author: Meghan O'gieblyn.The best books on Technology ranked by scholars, journal reviews, and site users.
Find the best commentary on Technology. The people, however, have the same need for God, the want to feel His presence.
There arises a necessity to discover God, to contemplate His power and glory and wisdom within the environment of the modern city. Spirituality in a technological age must deal with the problem of how to feel the presence of God in a big, urban complex.