Technology influences every part of society—it shapes the way we think, speak, and act.
In our increasingly technology-centered world, we must realize the impact of technology and make deliberate, intentional choices about how we use it.
As Christians, we will always face challenges and opportunities in this digital age. At the intersection of faith and life, we must seek a biblical perspective about technology—for today and for tomorrow.
“In the end, my goal for this book is simple: that it would help you consider the challenges and opportunities of being a Christian in a digitized age.”
—Dr. Bernard Bull
Bernard D. Bull (MA, Concordia University Chicago; MLS, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; EdD, Northern Illinois University) is assistant vice-president of academics and associate professor of education at Concordia University Wisconsin. He has over twenty years of experience in Lutheran education, ranging from middle school to graduate school.
Dr. Bull is a frequent consultant and speaker on topics related to educational innovation, the intersection of education and digital culture, the future of education, and Lutheran education in the twenty-first century.