I had a talk with my father in law a while back and he had me listen to a song called “analog man” which you can watch here. My father in law joked that he felt like an analog man in a digital world. He regularly converts his records to mp3s so he can listen to… Read More


I like tech, and travel. My wife likes to be organized, and has encouraged me to do likewise. So, I’ve started working on a master tech checklist to make sure is in the bag before a trip. This weekend, I’m going to homecoming at my college, and thought I’d post my current check-list. Any comments,… Read More


I read this article about old tech, well really its a video, on Cnet today. It got me thinking about old technology, and the rapid changes around us. Donald Bell thinks home printers are the tech on the way out first. I hope so too, but I don’t see it changing in the academic world.… Read More


I was recently appointed to my local Library Board. Most people on the internet probably think of a local library as a smelly old place with computers running windows XP and no understanding of the internet. Thankfully my local library isn’t like that – well they do have XP machines… My local library, and hopefully… Read More


I was studying furiously for my NT comprehensive exam (which I passed!! hooray!), and realized I wanted to practice conjugating/parsing verbs. One great tool I found is this one. I found it through the greatest biblical language study website I’ve seen to date, The Institute of Biblical Greek. They have links to just about every… Read More


Much of 1 Corinthians discusses spiritual gifts; what they are and how to use them in a church. Since I have been engaged in studying this book for a while now, it is appropriate that someone brought up the question: how do I know my spiritual gifts. Online tests might help you here. I found… Read More


I read a great article today by David Zax on technologyreview.com called “The Religion of Innovation: Enough with Innovation for Innovation’s Sake”. He makes a brilliant conclusion at the end of the story: “Technology changes, evolves, and improves–as it should. But far from calling out products for failing to innovate, or calling out companies for… Read More


Even in the information age, with the wonder that is the internet, I still find myself needing to buy books occasionally. Today, I thought I would show you the process of thought I go through to decide when and how to buy a book. 1. Is it available for free (legally)? Run a google search… Read More


I had the privilege to present a paper at the Southwest Region of the Evangelical Theological Society this year. The abstract is below, with a pdf link to the full paper. It is a technical paper, so be warned it is not bedside reading. This paper will attempt to prove that Zechariah 10:1-2 contains an… Read More


Borgmann is one of the few Philosophers of Technology writing from a Christian perspective, even though this book doesn’t read like the work of a conservative evangelical. By “technology,” Borgmann means “to designate not just an ensemble of machines and procedures, but a type of culture, that kind that is characteristic of the advanced industrial… Read More