Flickering Pixels: How Technology Shapes Your Faith
Author: Shane Hipps
|“The methods change, but the message stays the same.” This saying is the guiding light for faithful Christians in a changing world. But author Shane Hipps reveals the error in this thinking. Instead he demonstrates how changing the methods always changes the message. He shows us the hidden power of technology to shape our faith in unexpected ways.|
Flickering pixels are the tiny dots of light that make up the screens of life—from TVs to cell phones.
They are nearly invisible, but they change us.
In this provocative book, author Shane Hipps takes readers beneath the surface of things to see how the technologies we use end up using us.
Not all is dire, however, as Hipps shows us that hidden things have far less power to shape us when they aren’t hidden anymore. We are only puppets of our technology if we remain asleep. Flickering Pixels will wake us up—and nothing will look the same again.
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Physical Info: 0.75" H x 8.48" L x 6.34" W (0.78 lbs) 208 pages
Carton Quantity: 36
US SRP: 16.99 US
Pub Date: February 01, 2009
Shane Hipps, Lead Pastor of Trinity Mennonite Church, is a dynamic communicator and sought-after speaker. His previous career in advertising helped him gain expertise in understanding media and culture. Shane lives with his family in Phoenix, Arizona. For more information, visit www.shanehipps.com.
- Religion | Christian Life | Personal Growth
- Religion | Christian Life | Pop Culture Issues
-Christianity -Christianity and culture
-Influence -Mass media
-Religious aspects -Technology
- Religious Orientation | Christian
- Theometrics | Evangelical
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|Flickering Pixels: How Technology Shapes Your Faith|
Author: Shane Hipps
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The methods change, but the message stays the same." This saying is the guiding light for faithful Christians in a changing world. But author Shane Hipps reveals the error in this thinking.