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Flickering Pixels – Chapter 6 – Internet & Post-modernism

Flickering Pixels – Chapter 6 – Internet & Post-modernism

I’ve been participating in the group blogging project for the book Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps.  Today I had the privilege of blogging about chapter 6. You can read my post here. In this chapter Hipps claims that communications technology led to post-modernism and it has also led to a flood of facts and trivia […]

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Flickering Pixels – Chapter 1 – Why are you using technology?

Flickering Pixels – Chapter 1 – Why are you using technology?

Yesterday marked the start of the group blogging project for the book Flickering Pixels by Shane Hipps. Susan Stewart kicked things off with an post about chapter 1 . At the conclusion of her post, she asks an excellent question:

Are you using technology because it’s there (an idol)? Or, because it is the best way to communicate the message (a tool)?

I’d like to think I’m using each technology because it’s the best way to communicate, but if I’m totally honest I’d have to say that sometimes I choose certain mediums for other reasons. Two of them come to mind.

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Flickering Pixels Group Blogging Project

Shane Hipps, pastor of Trinity Mennonite Church in Glendale, AZ, has written a book called Flickering Pixels – How Technology Shapes Your Faith. I’m going to be joining with a bunch of other people who love to think about Internet/ministry issues to discuss the book as a part of a group blog project starting June 1.

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