I recently came across a video by Mars Hill. This video, found here, features Mark Driscoll explaining why they have chosen to use video as their primary means of preaching in their extension campus. He takes the viewer through the theological, historical, and practical reasoning which led Mars Hill to the conclusions to which they have come. While I have my own opinions as to the use of video-feed sermons, I want to hear what you think about this issue. Should we use all the technology available to us in any way possible to be “all things to all men?’ Or does the technology have limitations?
(Sidenote: I considered putting an image of Driscoll or the Mars Hill logo in this post. But in light of previous posts I decided that it might be better not to.)
Update (11/13/11): Here’s another interesting link I just found. What do you think of his views? Are they too extreme? Or does he have some valuable insights?