This is the second sermon of a 3-part series on “Digital Technology – The Great Discipleship Challenge of our Age”.
One of the ways we can find ourselves thinking about digital technology is to carefully consider the content of what we’re exposing ourselves to, for us, our children and those we may be discipling. In this sermon Daniel draws on a thought that came to light as technology first emerged in the form of television, suggesting that the means of the content we’re exposed to is just as significant in shaping us as the content itself. In the instant, multi-tasking, constantly connected age of the smart phone, are we growing to look, act and think just like it? Or can we live in a way that allows us to engage with new media in a way that is set apart from the culture around us?
PowerPoint slides can be viewed HERE.