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Flickering pixels : how technology shapes your faith

Author: Shane Hipps
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Shane Hipps takes readers beneath the surface of things to see how the technologies we use end up using us. He shows us the hidden power of technology to shape our faith in unexpected ways. Not all is dire, however, as Hipps shows us that hidden things have far less power to shape us when they aren't hidden anymore. We are only puppets of our technology if we remain asleep. --from publisher description.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Shane Hipps
ISBN: 9780310293217 0310293219
OCLC Number: 244765437
Notes: Some of the material in this book was previously published in The hidden power of electronic culture, 2006.
Description: 198 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction: Hidden pixels --
Mr. No-depth Perception --
The magic eye --
Stretch Armstrong --
Dyslexia and deception --
Subliminal messages --
Electric faith --
A thousand feelings --
The dimmer switch --
Soul stealing --
Together apart --
Our nomadic life --
Next door enemy --
Getting younger --
The prodigal brain --
A mirror dimly --
Media God --
Y'all --
Epilogue: Bend.
Responsibility: Shane Hipps.

Abstract:

Shane Hipps takes readers beneath the surface of things to see how the technologies we use end up using us. He shows us the hidden power of technology to shape our faith in unexpected ways. Not all is dire, however, as Hipps shows us that hidden things have far less power to shape us when they aren't hidden anymore. We are only puppets of our technology if we remain asleep. --from publisher description.
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