Posts by Jason Thacker

Losing our autonomy: Technology's increasing authority in our lives

As February came to a close, there was a far-reaching event that few noticed. It wasn’t the Oscars, or even the President’s first address to Congress.

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Glory in the everyday: What coffee teaches us about creativity and enjoyment

I remember being at my grandmother’s house when I was eight or nine years old. I was sitting on a bar stool next to my grandfather and eating breakfast—our morning routine after I stayed the night.

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The ministry of being present during the holidays

Some of us can’t wait until the holiday season gets here. Others, if we’re honest, can’t wait until it’s over.

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Creativity and Religious Liberty

A few years ago, I was working in the creative office of my alma mater. I heard our creative director say something that struck me.

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The design of politics

Presidential candidates have not always campaigned for the nation’s highest office.

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Jason Thacker Chair of Research in Technology Ethics

Jason serves as chair of research in technology ethics at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. He is the author of "The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity" with Zondervan (March 2020). He is married to Dorie and they have two sons.