This first video is my presentation on the first night of the Theology after Google conference. This is Barry Taylor's (whose blog is here) on the last day, and for me, it felt like what he added was in a beautiful resonance with my thoughts. I'm still trying to figure out exactly why, […]
First, I'm sorry for such poor (and poorly aimed) video quality. If it helps, just ignore the visual and listen like a podcast. That will fix the problem and you won't have to be exposed to my ridiculously expressive eyebrows. Next: I have a more formal, written reflection about the event, here, on a spot […]
Via their website: Why “theology after Google”? Progressive Christian theologians have some vitally important things to say, things that both the church and society desperately need to hear. The trouble is, we tend to deliver our message using technologies that date back to Gutenberg: books, academic articles, sermons, and so forth. […]
Wesley’s Blog Post (which is the inspiration for this post) is here. My original post on McLuhan, the medium, and the message, is here. An article about Epistemological Coherentism is here. To learn more about the Theology After Google class which inspired most of this, click here.
As part of the Transforming Theology Project over at Claremont, Tripp Fuller and Phillip Clayton are teaching a class called “Theology After Google.” Given the content of the course, Tripp has been interacting with the Twitterverse and Blogosphere as part of the course content and prep. He recently suggested that I throw a little somethin […]