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Too Much Information? Ten essential questions for digital Christians

Too Much Information? Ten essential questions for digital Christians
Andrew Graystone aims to help Christians who want to think through their own engagement in digital culture, who want to better understand how the world is changing and how they can respond.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781786221599
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Publisher: Canterbury Press
Author: Andrew Graystone
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Almost without noticing it happen, we have found ourselves shopping, communicating, playing and even worshipping online. The most profound effect of technology has been the transformation of culture. For Christians, the most important question is not 'What can we do with technology?' but 'What is technology doing to us?'. Andrew Graystone aims to help Christians who want to think through their own engagement in digital culture, who want to better understand how the world is changing and how they can respond. He addresses ten key questions on how digital technology is changing our lives today, including: * Who can I believe? * What forces are shaping digital culture? * How is digital technology shaping my life? * Who is my digital neighbour? * What will a digital church look like?
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