John Wyatt in an in-depth interview about Artificial Intelligence, abortion, euthanasia, and creation care: “There is an urgent need for us Christians to build a bridge between the world of the historic biblical faith and these very new and challenging issues”.
Professor John Wyatt gives a perspective on key bioethical issues of our time.
A virtual forum for Christian leaders, with technology experts and pastors, analysed the technological and communicative development of the Internet of the future.
Professor John Wyatt gives a perspective as a Christian bioethics experts on issues that are provoking a huge socio-political debate in Europe. An interview ahead of his participation in the "Jornadas de Bioética" conference in Spain, December 2022.
Comparison is rarely helpful and on our 1-star days we can all do with a little compassion.
Businessman Rubén García addresses the fast growth of the technology sector, the challenges of the current economic situation, and the importance of support among Christian business leaders.
Fluid IT aims to provide fairer service and release the potential of technology for his clients, pursuing social impact.
Sculpturers, musicians, painters and others form a Christian network of artists in Europe. “God gives you both talent and responsibility”, they say.
Big Tech companies in the US and China “spread technologies and hope that any problems that might follow will be easily overcome”, says expert Jonathan Ebsworth. Giants such as Meta have not demonstrated a willingness to seek “the good of society as a whole”.
Churches can become centres of excellence for the creative use of AI technology to support everyone, including disabled people, both in church and elsewhere.
Alianza Solidaria seeks to launch a digital classroom project to stop school dropouts among children from Latin American vulnerable families.
TWR teams in Central Asia broadcast programs, produce YouTube videos, and distribute hand-held radios with USB sticks filled with programs.
We are embodied creatures and we rightly long to interact face-to-face. This God-given longing is a compass to help navigate the deceptive and exploitative redefinition of relationships.
Two children's associations are suing France's leading internet providers. 1 out of 3 French 12-year-olds has been exposed to pornography.
My Apple Watch lights up to pay, and in my pocket, I feel the buzz of my banking app notification: £2.45 debited for a large latte. Beep, the Oyster card taps seamlessly on the Number 36 bus.
“Our audience grew in the months of the pandemic”, says the team behind the evangelical programme aired every Sunday on the Spanish public television. The Portuguese project seeks to better reach children.
Understanding new generations is an essential part of a true mission mind in this rapidly changing world. An article by Steve Sang-Cheol Moon.
The developers of the ‘Heroes 2’ video game app hope that it will be a tool to bring the message of Jesus to new generations.
Italy negotiates a new government as the third wave of the pandemic hits the country. The Evangelical Alliance calls on Christians to avoid “conspiracy narratives”.
This book enables us to extend the conversation and consider further how to put people not devices at the centre of our lives.
Pandemic has emphasized our own inadequate material and naturalistic assumptions about reality. An article by Stephen Ko, Paul Hudson, and Jennifer Jao.
Jonathan Ebsworth of Tech Human shares practical tips. “Real embodied human relationships are messy and difficult, but it is where we can find true love and acceptance; even if the digital world feels more accepting”.
Broadening the range of our capacity to wonder is at the heart of epistemology. To fail to do so is to slip dangerously into knowledge as impersonal and disembodied.
Leticia Porto, organiser of the Spanish 'Pornography, Children and Women Congress': “Pornography is a school of inequality between women and men in the 21st century”.
Europe and other regions in the world are trying to control the power of large companies such as Amazon, Google or Alibaba. But there is no agreement about what the rules should be, says expert Jonathan Ebsworth.