Digital privacy might be an oxymoron like jumbo shrimp or fine mess. I had the privilege of joining host Roy Jenkins on BBC Radio Wales, All Things Considered to discuss issues of data privacy and Read more…
A values-based, shame-free, pleasure-positive discussion of Christian ethics in response to a range of pressing issues in the digital age—including online pornography, dating apps, sexting, virtual-reality hookups, and sex robots.
Instead of just worrying about the next technological gadget or app, it’s time we consider what Christianity has to offer a world increasingly reimagined in a digital landscape. This book provides a new perspective on how to assess digital technology use, development, and expansion through a lens of Christian values. The purpose of this book is to begin a conversation about the massive ecosystem change that digital technologies push in our lives through a focus on the ethics of everyday practices.
Invite her to lead a workshop in your congregation for: parents, teens, or tweens on sexuality and faith development; for clergy on professional sexual ethics; and for Christian educators on sexuality education.