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David H.
Kim:
The
Soul of
Work:
Presence

The soul houses how and why we do what we do. It’s the epicenter of reform, continually seeking to mend what’s broken, always driving towards the unseen. David H. Kim investigates what it means to work form the soul, to add depth, thoughtfulness, and passion to our most basic skills and loftiest goals.

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Judith Shulevitz: Sabbath in a Time of Unrest

In the city that never sleeps, restlessness can feel like our default mode of existence. Yet God has equipped us with tools and promises that bring rest even in the most unrestful times. In this video, author Judith Shulevitz (The New Yorker; NY Times) discusses the impact of a loss of Sabbath in a culture of restlessness.

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NIGEL CAMERON: TECHNOLOGICAL HUMANISM

While we humans have devised and employed technology for thousands of years, the ever-faster digital revolution has transfixed our attention and raised fundamental questions about what lies ahead for our species. Can we hope to maintain a "human" frame of reference for the future? Against the blandishments of "transhumanists" with their naive narrative of the superiority ...

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DEREK SCHUURMAN: TECHNOLOGY AND THE BIBLICAL STORY

What does the Bible have to say about technology? Technology is not primarily about machines and devices, but rather it is a human cultural activity in which we exercise freedom and responsibility. A Christian perspective of technology will be presented informed by the Biblical narrative and framed by the themes of creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. This talk includes some current exa...

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