John Jay Alvaro interrogates dying in our digital age.
Tweeting the Impossible Forgiveness: Some Resources from Continental Philosophy for Thinking about Charleston, Mercy, and Social Media
On Wednesday, June 18, in Charleston, South Carolina, a tight-knit group of black men and women at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church welcomed a young white man to pray and read with them at their weekly Bible study. As they were wrapping up, the white man stood, announced his racist rationalizations, and shot at them. […]
As technological advance sells users on increasing personal power and protection from trauma, Christians must consider the idolatrous potential of buying in.
The Embodiment of God and the Disembodied Age: How the Incarnation Informs Our Twenty-First-Century Media Practices
Although Christ’s incarnation affirms bodily life and face-to-face communication, it also compels the church to enter the incorporeal realm of cyberspace and to interact in digital environments.
When Mark Zuckerberg (and others) developed Facebook some 7 years ago, part of the vision behind its creation was to transform the way people related and interacted. The newly developed Facebook was a venue of sorts, which afforded people an opportunity to openly give and receive information. It is more than obvious that Zuckerberg has […]