Posts by Jason Thacker

Expanding Our View Of Technology

My wife and I love our video doorbell, especially when we are traveling or someone comes to our door unexpectedly. Not only can we see who is there or when…

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Yelp jumps into abortion politics – and hurts women searching for help with pregnancies

Yelp has chosen abortion activism over accuracy in its latest move. The technology company announced last month that it would recategorize pregnancy resource centers and other faith-based medical clinics on…

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Leading Your Church in a Digital Age

People may spend five to six hours a week hearing from God’s Word, worshiping our triune God with the church, or in community with fellow believers. Compared to those five…

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Why the (mis)labeling of pregnancy resource centers on Yelp needs to be corrected

Yelp announced last week that, in light of the historic Dobbs v. Jackson Whole Woman’s Health case at the U.S. Supreme Court and the continued push by many in society…

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The Centrality of Ethics in Christian Discipleship

One of the (many) ongoing debates within the Church today centers around the usefulness of worldview studies and how we are to think about the nature of the Christian life. Some rightfully see that a key element of the Christian worldview is having the right beliefs about God, ourselves, and the world around us as revealed by Scripture.

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Jason Thacker Chair of Research in Technology Ethics

Jason serves as chair of research in technology ethics and director of the research institute at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He is the author or editor of several books, including "Following Jesus in a Digital Age" and "The Digital Public Square: Christian Ethics in a Technological Society."