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Technology and Human Becoming (Facets Series)

Paperback|Apr 2003
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Philip Hefner is Professor of Systematic Theology Emeritus, Lutheran School of Theology.


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Philip Hefner is Professor of Systematic Theology Emeritus, Lutheran School of Theology.
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From a leader in the field of religion and science come these reflections on the role of technology in human life and culture. Technology, he argues, tells us much about ourselves--especially our innate drive toward exploration of possibilities--and poses questions about the final meaning of creating, of human cultural evolution, and even the being of God.
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From a leader in the field of religion and science come these reflections on the role of technology in human life and culture. Philip Hefner sees the human spirit at issue in our assessment of and attitude toward technology and the many technological creations that humans spawn. Technology, he argues, tells us much about ourselves-especially our innate drive toward exploration of possibilities-and poses questions about the final meaning of creating, of human cultural evolution, and even the being of God.
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Philip Hefner

Mladen Turk is Associate Professor of Religious Studies at Elmhurst College. He is the author of Logic: Exercises and Solutions (1995) in Croatian and contributor to several scholarly and reference works in English and Croatian in the area of history and theory of the study of religion and religion and science.

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