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Political Ads and Social Media

What categorizes something as “political”? Answering this question has become an increasing problem for social media platforms as those who run them prepare for the upcoming election cycle and adjust to the new norm of their influential role in society.

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Evangelicals and Artificial Intelligence

On April 11 of this year, The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission unveiled a new ethical framework and set of principles, called Artificial Intelligence: An Evangelical Statement of Principles, in a crowded room in Washington, D.C.

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Iran and the Internet Shutdown

While most of us were going about our day this past Saturday, the Iranian government shut down internet connectivity in their country. The shutdown halted all communication in and outside the country, and this isn’t the first time this has happened in Iran.

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Technology and Democracy

As you begin your day, you likely check your email, social media accounts, various app notifications, and even breaking news alerts that came in as you slept. Every morning most of us encounter the onslaught of innovation before we even have our first cup of coffee.

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Christians and Aging

It’s tempting in our technologically rich society to treat old age as a burden and nuisance rather than something to be embraced.

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