January ‘Lutheran Witness’ explores digital technology in Christian life

From smartphones to tablets, laptops to e-readers, digital technology is a constant and pervasive force in modern life. But what does this radical shift in the way humans connect, share and process information mean for Christian life and faith?

The January issue of The Lutheran Witness is devoted to exploring answers to this question, through articles on digital outreach, podcasting, loving your internet neighbor and other related topics. Highlights of the issue include a cover story by Bernard Bull (building off themes from his new book Digitized: Spiritual Implications of Technology) and the debut of the monthly “World Views” news column from Gene Edward Veith.

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Posted Jan. 3, 2018

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