#Digidisciple for #Gain15

So, the other week I heard about #GAIN15, and after contacting @KosterLundqvist via Twitter, agreed to join them for a 5 minute Skype session this morning, before I head to Karate. Here’s what it looked like from their end: And here’s what it looked like from my end (pre-session!):  and just as we kick off: […]

WTC Theology: Week 10: The Finale (@WTCTheology)

Session 10.1: Salvation is at the Heart of the Christian Faith Overview of what we’ve looked at, and that God has a special place for the poor and the margianalised. Those who have should give others. Those with power should not oppress others. We need to be observant about what’s going on around us, and […]

WTC Theology: Week 9: The Marketplace (@WTCTheology)

Session 9.1: Does our Daily Work matter to God? (Chris Gillies – a business man interested in Christian living/daily work) Think back to Week 1 (God is at work with us) How did God create us to work, and how did the Fall interrupt that pattern? How can an integrated worldview change our view of […]

CODEC BOOK CLUB: How We Think by Katherine Hayles

Reblogging from the CODEC blog, posted earlier today: This week the CODEC team focused upon the third chapter of Katherine Hayle’s How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis (University of Chicago Press, 2012). The third chapter focuses upon ‘How We Read: Close, Hyper, Machine’, and certainly gave us lots to chew on. Initial comments […]