We're talking all things Christian ethics in this can't miss episode. Social media and VR are changing the landscape of what it means to be a human who interacts with other humans. Robert Martin is vulnerable, brilliant, and timely in this informative and engaging interview. Subscribe now so you don't miss the rest of Season 2!
Season 2 begins with two founders of two faith-based tech communities. James and Doc are changing the conversation of what it means to be a Christian in the tech-space, and their wisdom encourages anyone who wants to integrate their work into their faith. Below are a couple links mentioned in the show. If you're not subscribing, what are you waiting for?! Leave us a rating and a review while you're at it. Thanks for listening!
Caroline Pierce, one of the host's oldest and dearest friends, sheds light on the financial tech industry, cryptocurrency, blockchain, and more. Caroline also describes the realities of growing up in the Deep South--how she struggled with faith, the Church, her talents, and her calling. This final full episode of Season 1 is one for the books.
Pastor John Nicholson from Marion, Alabama, gives us an inside look to ministry in a rural setting, how history impacts the present, racial reconciliation and economic revitalization, and how the doctrine of vocation plays out in the local church.
Episode 2 examines what we can learn from Wendell Berry, a prolific author from Henry County, KY. Dr. Paul House and Andrew Russell offer insight into how Berry's literature gives great insight into our work and vocation today. This was an extremely fun episode to record, and we hope you enjoy!
Tripp is a technical program manager at Amazon, and he works on Alexa directly. Brilliantly balancing philosophy and technology, Tripp addresses a slew of issues we will face amidst the rise of AI and ML. This is a must listen for anyone wondering how to think biblically and critically about the future.