The Resource iGods : how technology shapes our spiritual and social lives
- iGods : how technology shapes our spiritual and social lives
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- how technology shapes our spiritual and social lives
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- presented by the January series of Calvin College
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- How technology shapes our spiritual and social lives
- We wake up to our iPhones and sign off to Facebook. In between, we’re texting, downloading and streaming—inundated with information from Google, Hulu and iTunes. How do we filter all our media to discern what matters? Craig Detweiler, who has his PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary, is a professor of communication and director of the Center for Entertainment, Media, and Culture at Pepperdine University where they are asking these kinds of questions. He is also an author, award-winning filmmaker and cultural commentator who has been featured on CNN, NPR and in The New York Times. In his book “iGods” he interacts with major symbols of our distracted age—like Apple, Amazon, YouTube and Twitter—to investigate the impact of the technologies and cultural phenomena that drives us
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- Recorded at the Covenant Fine Arts Center at Calvin College on January 12, 2015
- Speaker: Craig Detweiler
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- January series
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