Use your technology wisely.
Technology plays a prominent role in our lives. Recent developments have created new communities and revolutionized how we obtain information. Many people rely on digital media for work, study, and entertainment. Whether we are comfortable with digital media, it is here to stay. But are you the master, or is it mastering you?
In How Do We Live in a Digital World?, C. Ben Mitchell considers the benefits and burdens of digital media. Technology is not morally neutral; the situation is more complicated. Rather than taking uncritical or consumerist attitudes, Christians need to show discernment. Gain wisdom for how you should live in a digital world.
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C. Ben Mitchell holds the Graves Chair of Moral Philosophy at Union University in Tennessee, where he previously served as provost and vice president of academic affairs. He is the author of Ethics and Moral Reasoning: A Students’ Guide.