Our Internet connected devices offer an amazing world of information and connectivity, yet many feel more fragmented and disconnected than ever. Don’t blame it all on Google or Facebook; rather, a great deal of our angst comes from a more subtle restructuring of human life: “the virtualization of culture.” The church, too, is being virtualized; but it more naturally provides the solution.
This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author John Dyer about his feature length cultural discernment Viewpoint article in Volume 40 #5 called “The Virtualization of Culture and the Need for an Embodied Christian Alternative.”
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