Technopoly: Man or the Machine

November 9, 2015
/   Essays

In his book Technopoly Neil Postman begins his dialogue with a story called the Judgment of Thamus, and uses this story to ground the premise of his book. He then moves on to examine...

In Technique We Trust

/   Book Reviews

A review of “The Technological Society” by Jacques Ellul. From the 19th century on we stand in a world entirely saturated in technique.  French philosopher and theologian coins this new age of society the...

Ought we to be propagandists?

October 11, 2015
/   Blog

In reading the first section of Jacques Ellul’s Propaganda, the immediate temptation is to rise up as propagandists to fight and redirect current behavioral trends. If propaganda is the “formation of men’s attitudes” as...

Liturgy: The Language of the Church

October 10, 2015
/   Church Media

Part 1: The Theology of Liturgy   The Modern Dissatisfaction with Current Liturgy   “I’ve a confession. I don’t connect with God by singing to Him. Not at all.. So to be brutally honest,...

Reflections on Faith and Art

/   Articles

Imagine for a moment that the sermon and musical worship where both taken out of the church service. Imagine then that the only way left to experience God in church is through the work...

All Marketers are Liars

October 9, 2015
/   Articles

He did it. The title and jacket of the book accomplished exactly what Seth Godin sought to argue from cover to cover – tell a lie and make it so flawless that people believe...