Two On One: Janelle Monáe’s Dirty Computer with Dr. Kate Ott

From Two On One Project “This album is centered and rooted around love. And no revolution, in my opinion, will last if we don’t speak out of love.”- Janelle Monáe on Dirty Computer Join us today as we discuss Dirty Computer by Janelle Monáe with the incredible and incomparable Dr. Kate Ott whose new book “Sex, Tech, and Faith: Ethics for a Digital Age” is out now! This episode of Two On One discusses sex, Read more…

This is Not Church Podcast

Check out this episode of This Is Not Church where Nat and Jon Turney chat with me about Sex, Tech, & Faith: Ethics For A Digital Age published by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing. We discuss Christian sexual ethics and how they must evolve in this digital age. Jon Turney says, “This was an amazing discussion that I am positive you will enjoy…and yes, we talk about sex robots.” As always, don’t forget to check out Read more…

FaithTech Podcast

Interview on FaithTech Podcast Listen online . . . Kate is the Jerre and Mary Joy Stead Professor of Christian Ethics at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary. Through her work, writing, and thought leadership, she engages on the difficult issues of sexuality, technology, relationships, and values. Kate and James unpack these issues today and walk through the ways we can posture ourselves as Christians to navigate them.  FaithTech is a global community of Christians in tech who Read more…

Things Not Seen Radio

Interview from Things Not Seen Radio, Conversations on Faith and Culture by David Dault. From Things Not Seen Radio Digital innovation has rapidly changed the landscape of sexual experience in the twenty-first century. Rules-based sexual ethics, subscribed to by many Christians, are unable to keep up with new developments and, more often than not, seem effective at little other than generating shame.Progressive ethicist Kate Ott steps into this void with her recent book, Sex, Tech Read more…

Sex and Technology after Roe

Sex, Tech, and Faith by Kate Ott is a values-based, shame-free, pleasure-positive discussion of Christian ethics in response to a range of pressing issues in the digital age. It is now available for pre-order now at Eerdmans, Christian Book, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and more!  Ott shared her perspective with EerdWord (where this blog was originally posted) on the relevance and impact this book could have for our global and digital conversations today. Book Meets World by Kate Ott Read more…

Why should Christians be concerned about privacy in a digital world?

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 Christian faith practices. Other guests included: Dr Eric Stoddart – theologian at St Andrew’s university in Scotland specialising in Surveillance and digital technology, author “Theological Perspectives on a Surveillance society” Father Matthew Roche Saunders, who is about to become Parish Read more…