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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3-D Printing PPE & the Rise of the Makers

3-D Printing PPE & the Rise of the Makers

​How are small businesses responding to COVID-19? In this episode, we interview Billy Davis, owner of the FabLab, a maker space providing 3D printing services and classes. When COVID-19 hit, the FabLab pivoted by creating nearly 4,000 face shields and 600 face masks...

The Post-Pandemic Future of the Church

The Post-Pandemic Future of the Church

What might church look like when quarantine is over? In today's episode, DJ Chuang, strategy consultant for .BIBLE Domain Name Registry, maps out a few predictions of what the future of church could look like post-pandemic. He and Chris also discuss some examples of...

COVID-19 and Higher Education

COVID-19 and Higher Education

How has COVID-19 impacted higher education? What's the most effective way to do remote/virtual learning? Michael Paulus, a professor of information studies at Seattle Pacific University shares his perspective on-the ground, drawing from a historical, pedagogical and...

COVID-19: What Can You Do?

COVID-19: What Can You Do?

As cities, states, and countries are going into lockdown in response to coronavirus, many of us feel anxious to do something. What can we do? In this bonus episode, Chris interviews Tiffany Borbón, an MD PhD student and a TheoTech Patron :-). Tiffany explains why...

Growing through Building Tech for Scripture Memory

Growing through Building Tech for Scripture Memory

Meet Calvin Freitas, a senior frontend engineer and creator of a scripture memory app called Verses for Life. Hear his story of how he’s grown as a software developer through his work and side projects like Verses for Life. Learn about what inspired him to build the...

When Bias in AI is Necessary

When Bias in AI is Necessary

How do you teach AI so it performs better than random chance? What does "bias in AI" mean and can AI really be "bias-free"? George Montañez is a computer science professor at Harvey Mudd College researching these questions. Listen as he and Chris discuss his talk at...

Data in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Data in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Melissa Birchfield is an undergraduate student who wanted to find the connection where her Computer Science major could drive real impact for the Kingdom of God. This desire led her to write the book Data for Dignity, which explores the ways non-profits are leveraging...

Why theology of technology?

Why theology of technology?

Kick off 2020 with Chris Lim and Natasha Lim as they get back to basics and discuss what theology of technology is, why it's important in the life of a believer, and examples of how it makes a difference. Hear the vision for the podcast this year and how you can be a...

Social Media and Serving God

Social Media and Serving God

How is social media changing how we communicate, and how can it help shape our faith? Listen in as Erin and Chris discuss how various aspects of social media, from aesthetics, the originality of your posts, to the demographics of your online audience, contribute to how we portray ourselves and our faith online.

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