Summer 2016 | Volume 34, Issue 2
Our Built World: Some Assembly Required
Technology is as old as Eden. Tools for tilling the garden were anticipations of quill pens and steam engines and the smartphone in your pocket. The first "hack" was a needle that sewed together Adam and Eve's fig leaves. We are called to shape and form worlds. So it's not a question of
whether we'll employ technology in our cultural labour; the only interesting question is how.
15 Articles In this Issue
Contributors to this Issue
Distinguished Professor of the Humanities in the Honors Program at Baylor University.
Regents Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Montana, Missoula where he has taught since 1970.
Recent graduate from the University of Waterloo and is an active community member and writer.
Director of The Character Initiative at The Philanthropy Roundtable.
4th grade teacher at Regents Christian-Classical School in Austin, Texas.
Co-founder & CEO of TreeHouse, a home improvement company focused on health & sustainability.
Kristen Deede Johnson
Associate Professor of Theology and Christian Formation at Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan.
Teaches and practices Family Medicine in Baltimore and East Africa.
Director of Urban Studies and Professor of Politics & International Relations at Wheaton College.
Peter Boumgarden, PhD is an assistant professor of management at Hope College, and writes on issues of business, theology, and culture.
Entrepreneur and investor. He co-founded PayPal and was the first outside investor in Facebook.
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