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Speeding and Shrinking: Living Biblically in Technology-Saturated Times

From the Archived "Cardus Audio" Series

June 1, 2006

At once promising and threatening, technology drives our markets, our cities, and for many, our lives.

How should cars and microwaves, BlackBerries and bombs be ethically scrutinized? Is our oil dependency idolatry? How is God at work redeeming technologies that can seem wasteful or dangerous?

Audio Length: 00:47:46


think #7 makes us question one of the most powerful forces in the modern world, and how it can be reconciled to a life of faith. At once promising and threatening, technology drives our markets, our cities, and for many, our lives.

How should cars and microwaves, BlackBerries and bombs be ethically scrutinized? Is our oil dependency idolatry? How is God at work redeeming technologies that can seem wasteful or dangerous?

Dr. David Lyon, one of the most prominent speakers on technology, privacy, security, and their Biblical reconciliations, presents Speeding and Shrinking: Living Biblically in Technology-Saturated Times in this edition of think.

The lecture is presented with thanks to the Chesterton House of Cornell University, New York.