Welcome to the Tech Reformation – where the world of technology meets the worldview of Christianity. Tech Reformation is a weekly podcast hosted by four Reformed Christians discussing the latest tech topics and how the Christian worldview impacts and interprets the often secular world of technology. Grab your USBs and ESVs and join us each week for the Tech Reformation!
196: So Authentic
Should you opt-in to your country’s contact tracing apps and features?
195: A Stream of Amens
Coronavirus, canceling church, and tips for some live-streaming your service for sick people on a budget.
194: Kelvins' Institutes
Twitter wants to make a protocol and stuff. Also Derek joins us.
193: Poke It With Something, Man
Tank gets a new person and Craig gets a new Light Phone. The question is, does the title refer to the person or the phone? Listen to find out.
192: Engine Complete
A pretty meandering discussion about Photoshop for iPad, clarity around expectations in software, and how modern development tools and libraries are making it easy to release feature compete apps that compete with companies who've been around for decades.
Craig and David didn't have a topic so they talk about iPhones, photography, the new MacBooks, creepy voice assistants, and—of course—instruments in worship. They’re technically technology, right?
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Religion and technology in the same sound
Great discovery of a podcast meeting a need in technology and Christianity. The hosts chat with each other and make the listener feel included in the conversation. You can feel that they don't have agenda to covert the listener just thinking and debating issues related to living in the 21st century. The topics range from video games and VR to Agony aunt columns on ethical issues for example. Grab a cuppa and enjoy it.
Sad closed minded people who don’t believe in women’s rights.
Sad what religion does to people.
Smart and self aware.
These guys not only know what they're talking about tech wise, they're remarkably self-aware. If you're skeptical of the cast because they're "four, white, middle class, Christian nerds", think again. These guys bring a whole new level of openness to the table. Sensitive, yet they call it like it is.