The Unforgiveable Sin of Passengers

Watching forgiveness unfold in Passengers gives us plenty to ponder.

Augmented Peace and Virtual Shalom

Technology promises to give us our own personal utopia. But is that better than God’s shalom?

Nothing Is New Under the Black Mirror

If you need a cinematic gut punch, Black Mirror could be helpful.

Pursuing Health in an Anxious Age by Bob Cutillo, Free for CAPC Members

Dr. Cutillo seeks to engage readers in rethinking, and re-engaging, health and care from a redemptive approach.

Human-Animal Chimeras: Kramer’s Pigman Might Be Coming to a Lab Near You

An engineered human-animal species distorts the ultimate Creator/creature distinction by mixing an image bearer with an animal.

Good Vibes to Be Had in the Science World

Scientists are the sort of die hards we need to carry out the Cultural Mandate from Genesis 1 and the Great Commission from Matthew 28.

Wondrous Explorers: How Science Reveals the Mystery of Ourselves

It is incredibly mysterious how human minds can understand the universe to the degree that we do.

Can Transhumanism Lead Us Back to Orthodoxy?

Some Christians are afraid transhumanism is just Gnosticism in a new form. But what if that’s backward?

The Coming Ethical Conundrums of Transhumanism

The more we look down the tunnel of time, the more complicated the question of transhumanism becomes.

The Political Fallout of Cheating Death

‘Fallout 4’ can serve as a commentary about the ability of technology to enhance or destroy human flourishing.

Virtual Reality on Screen: Paradise or Pandemonium?

Virtual reality offers the possibility of deliberate crafting of an alternate, idealized, or improved reality.

The Next Page: This Is Your Brain on Screens

It’s part of my Christian responsibility to be a wise steward of my time as well as my body.

Transhumanism Is the New Gnosticism

Transhumanists, like Gnostics, tend to place little importance on our bodily appetites, reducing them to the level of distractions.

LOL Interwebz: A Spacetime Oddity

This is what’s weird to me about the Internet age. Instead of attacking ideas, we attack people.

How The Internet Brings Our Brokenness into Sharp Relief

Are we using the powerful, disruptive technology at our own fingertips to encourage, to think critically and compassionately, to spread shalom and create a “meaningful society”?

Can I Upgrade My iPhone and Still Be a Good Consumer?

Is being a good consumer ultimately impossible?