Bulletin of the Boston Theological Institute
Boston Theological Institute
We can think of technology and Christianity as competing forms of life. Technology promises a life of ever greater liberty and prosperity where liberty is the liberation from the limits and burdens of the human condition and prosperity is the variety and refinement of pleasures. Christianity bears the good news of salvation, the assurance that the coming of Christ has enabled us to live a life of grace and love that is affirmed by eternal life in the presence of God.
Commodification, technology, Christianity, Blackfeet culture
© 2008 Boston Theological Institute
Borgmann, Albert, "Traditional Culture and Global Commodification" (2008). Philosophy Faculty Publications. 18.