When you’re tubing the YouTube, you may have have come across the “Four Chord Song” by the Australian comedy trio, the Axis of Awesome. In the song, they reveal that […]
If you think about it, Google is now practically omniscient – it knows pretty much everything. Ask it anything, and it will usually find you an answer. But there’s also […]
I’m writing this article in the study of some German friends, having arrived from Adelaide in Australia to their little German village, Bad Mergentheim, yesterday. Maybe it’s partly because of […]
My first article in this three-part series discussed how the internet’s Global Vision may promise to make us more broad-minded, but often actually makes us more narrow-minded than ever. My […]
In my last article, “The Narrow Mind of the Global Village”, I suggested that although postmodern relativism and technology have promised that the Global Village will make us more broad-minded, […]
Since the 1990s, philosophy and technology have merged to create the Global Village, an amazing social experiment filled with promise. But the sad reality, it seems, is that its promise […]
But God listens – precisely because nobody else hears, He listens.