I finished the Christian Audio version of The Next Story by Tim Challies about a week ago. It took me longer than normal to get through this audio book, but not because of the book. My phone's ability to read the memory card, where I put my audio books so I can listen to them while on the road, stopped working. I had to listen to this entire book during spare moments of time in the morning and afternoon.
The Next Story attempts to combine a discussion of technology with the elements of true spiritual discernment. In other words, Tim Challies helps his readers "think through" technology. Instead of simply purchasing and using new technology with possibly only a thought as to its price, he urges an evaluation of technology's history, usefulness, affects, side-affects, and connection to the gospel.
I found this book to be very helpful in my own life. There were aspects of technology that I had never considered; aspects concerning its affects on my brain and its affects on my spiritual life. I especially enjoyed the flow of thought from discerning and understanding technology and its history in the first part of the book to the connections between our communication and our modern technology from a Biblical perspective in the second part of the book.
If you want to be a person who really thinks about their technology and doesn't simply consume and incorporate new technologies into their life without thinking, then this is the book for you.
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