Tag: social media
Social Media and Public Discourse (Theopolis Technology Series)
The Challenge of Social Media (Theopolis Technology Series)
Technology, Community, and Identity (Theopolis Technology Series)
I’ve been away or otherwise occupied for the last couple of months, so haven’t kept up to date in posting here. That should be changing over the next few days, as I expect to get back to regular posting of biblical reflections. Here are three short videos I produced for Theopolis, in the continuing series on technology.
Social Media and the Lack of Boundaries (with some reference to Tim Keller…)
A Quest for Healthier Thought and Discourse
This is the concluding reflection in my series of podcasts on reforming our discourse. ‘The Danger of Apologetics’ and ‘Unruly Media and Our Disordered Discourse’ were the previous instalments.
Theopolis Podcast: Q&A Session (Social Media, Corporate Election, Postmillennialism & Preterism, Abortion)
Peter Leithart, Jeff Meyers, and I have another question and answer session, answering further questions left by listeners on our Curious Cat page and elsewhere.
You can follow the Theopolis podcast on Soundcloud, iTunes, and on most podcast apps. You can read show notes over on the Theopolis podcast website. You can also see past episodes I have contributed to by clicking the ‘Theopolis Podcast’ link in the bar above. If you would like to leave a question for us to answer, please do so on our Curious Cat page.
Unruly Media and Our Disordered Discourse
Technology, Formation, Community, and Narrative in the Digital Age (Michael Sacasas)
Michael Sacasas, one of the most thoughtful contemporary commentators on technology and media, joins me for a wide-ranging conversation.
Read more of his work here:
‘The Analog City and the Digital City’
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The Frailest Thing blog
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Neil Postman, Technopoly
Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media
Walter Ong, Orality and Literacy
Albert Borgmann, Power Failure
Ivan Illich, Tools for Conviviality
Jacques Ellul, The Technological Society
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