Advancing Technology Entrepreneurship for the Gospel
Equipping Saints with Theology of Technology
The key to innovation is experimentation.
Stay up to date, satisfy your curiosity, and live more intentionally. Our interviews engage with people who integrate faith and tech in tangible ways. Enjoy theological takes on the latest tech news, stories from the frontlines of industry, book summaries, and more.
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Technology is constantly reshaping our lives, disrupting the status quo and creating new possibilities.
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Why Theology of Technology?
What is theology of technology and why is it important in the life of a believer? Join Chris and Natasha as they share their passion for the subject and discuss real-life examples on how it makes a difference in people’s lives today.
In the decade since John Dyer published “From the Garden to the City” the cutting edge of technology has transitioned from hardware innovations like the iPad and the viral domination of social media platforms to new “fads” like VR, web3, bitcoin, and of course...
Should Christian products and services be free? What can churches learn from the open source movement? Listen in as Conley Owens, author of The Dorean Principle shares the story behind his book and makes a biblical case for colabor instead of reciprocity in ministry...
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