(Note: This post originally appeared on the now-defunct Breaking the Digital Spell website by contributor Brendon Scoggin.) What does it mean to be human? It is a question that has perplexed the deepest of thinkers through the ages. Unfortunately, it is a question the church has often answered incorrectly. To be human is to be … Continue reading Guest Post: Why Christians Should Care About Neuroplasticity
Sunday, June 9th, 2019 was a day of joy that instantly gave way to deep grief. In the morning, I went to church. In the afternoon, I watched the excellent Xbox E3 conference and was elated at all of the wonderful titles and features in the pipe for the Xbox One. In the evening, I … Continue reading Death and the Digital Spell
We live in the age of the selfie. We now have the tools to take photos of ourselves looking our best in an attempt to exalt ourselves in the eyes of our friends and family. How do we exalt Christ when it is so easy to exalt ourselves?
We were made for the life beyond the screen.
Living in a distracted, digital age has consequences.
Extended reality technology is powerful. Almost too powerful.
Smartphones are incredibly useful - and incredibly distracting.
It's time to come to some conclusions.
The real world is painful. The Internet offers a way out.
"If the delivery is not the same, then the message, quite likely, is not the same." - Neil Postman