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Jul 24, 2009


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Brian Proffit

Yeah, I understand the danger that we never shut our minds off and just listen for God. But if we're attending their session this obviously isn't a private quiet time. I understand them reminding us to put our devices on vibrate so there aren't noise interruptions, but insisting you turn them off (or leave them at the door!?!?!) does cause the person to lose a little credibility as someone relevant in today's world.


The danger is that the technology will come to dominate us. While those of us who were around prior to these technologies see them as being potential enhancements to our incarnational relationships with others there are many for whom this is the main framework within which interpersonal relationships take place.

Marshall McLuhan and Neil Postman remind us that technology is not neutral.

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