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Drones aren’t the murky moral subject we pretend they are

Reuters photo When a new technology develops, society must sometimes rush to catch up to its ethical ramifications. Take drones, … Continued

Christmas’ missing icon: Mary breastfeeding Jesus

At its heartwarming core, Christmas is the story of a birth: the tender relationship between a new mother and her … Continued

Upon this stubborn rock

Disruptive innovations cascade into our lives. No one gets a free pass. Apple recently unveiled e-publishing technology that promises to … Continued

Ten most significant cultural trends of the last decade

By Andy Crouch Ten years is a very short time. As I reflect on the world in 2011 compared to … Continued

Are we what we Google?

By Elizabeth Tenety Over the weekend, Pope Benedict returned to what has become a familiar theme for the 83-year old … Continued

‘Friending’ the poor

By Rev. Susan Baller-ShepardPresbyterian minister Watch the news and regularly there is an “unveiling” of a new technology. Eating lunch … Continued

The Twitter of Doom

Q: Was the Utah attorney general wrong to use Twitter, or religious language, to describe an execution? With all our … Continued

The executioner’s tweet

Q: Was the Utah attorney general wrong to use Twitter, or religious language, to describe an execution? With all our … Continued

Witnesses, blood and spiritual complications

By Joel P. Engardiowriter, documentary filmmaker Blood transfusions and Jehovah’s Witnesses make dramatic stories. Life and death determined by religious … Continued

Romance Requires Showing Up and Staying Apart

Are social media tools a blessing or a curse for people of faith? Should we use digital technology to commune … Continued