TheoTech Podcast

A podcast on theology, technology, and the future.

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Technology is constantly reshaping our lives, disrupting the status quo and creating new possibilities.

Stay up to date, satisfy your curiosity, and live more intentionally through our mix of interviews with people integrating faith and tech, theological takes on the latest tech news, stories from the frontlines of industry, book summaries, and more.

Join us as we apply the theology of technology to all of life and help each other demystify tech to use it for God’s purposes.

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The Blessings & Challenges of a Multilingual Church

The Blessings & Challenges of a Multilingual Church

In this episode of the TheoTech podcast, the pastoral leadership team at Westminster Chapel in Bellevue, Washington, shares their journey to build an intercultural community and create belonging through translation and accessibility. Hear from the Senior Pastor,...

Multilingual Church Strategies

Multilingual Church Strategies

Dr. Jonathan Downie, founder and owner of Integrity Languages, joins this episode of the TheoTech podcast to delve into the dynamic world of multilingual church strategies. Drawing from his professional experience as an interpreter and consultant and his passion for...

The New Parents Episode

The New Parents Episode

In this podcast episode, Chris Lim and his wife Kathleen discuss their experiences as new parents and how technology has played a role in their parenting journey. They talk about creating an Amazon Echo skill that helps them track various aspects of their baby’s care,...

A Decade Since “From the Garden to the City”

A Decade Since “From the Garden to the City”

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...

The Dorean Principle

The Dorean Principle

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...

AI Ethics Redefined

AI Ethics Redefined

A Christian perspective on AI Ethics and its true Telos.What is the endgame of AI? And what do Christians uniquely bring to the public debate around AI ethics? Listen to this wide-ranging conversation about what it means to develop and deploy artificial intelligence...

Leveling The Playing Field

Leveling The Playing Field

Jon Edmiston is the creator of RockRMS is a church management system centered on people. In collaboration with more than 650 churches worldwide and his team at the Spark Development Network, Jon has created an open-source community that can level the playing field so...

A Global Hackathon for Missions

A Global Hackathon for Missions

If people spend 7 to 8 hours a day on digital platforms, how can they make the most of that time for the Gospel? #HACK is an Indigitous hackathon bringing Christians together to answer that question. In collaboration with organizations like the American Bible Society,...

Towards a Theology of Bitcoin

Towards a Theology of Bitcoin

How might Christians think about bitcoin? Amidst all the hype, Tripp Parker shares his thoughts with Chris about why Bitcoin could be "Christian money" and the ways it aligns/may not align with God's Kingdom. This episode looks at the differences between Bitcoin, fiat...

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