Tag: Philip K. Dick

Christian Humanist Profiles 85: Science Fiction Theology

Science fiction is driven, not by rockets or lasers or robots, but by wonder. The vastness of space, the mystery of the shattered atom, the possibilities of technology—all push the reader to awe-struck questions: what are we, and what will we be, when the secrets are known? The Psalmist stared at the heavens and wondered…

The Christian Humanist Podcast, Episode #46: Cybernetics

BLOOPBLEEPBLURGH General Introduction – What’s on the blog? – The feud continues – Polymathery Cybernetics as Governance – Not a portmanteau! – Getting organized as a spiritual gift – Rudder-steerer – Modern definition – Military purposes – David Grubbs’s computer-programming past – Feedback loops and exploding robot heads – Cyborgs vs. androids The Myth of…