Theology in a Digital World: The Sequel
Theology in a Digital World is a collection of essays and lectures dating from 1984 to 1987. It was published by the United Church Publishing House and can be obtained through that source. Published here as Web documents are subsequent reflections on technology from a theological perspective. All of these are copyright © David Lochhead, 1995.
Address to the third CAMCON (Computer Applications for Ministry Conference), Detroit, MI, May 1988.
Address to the Religious Communications Conference, Nashville, TN, April 1990
What are the consequences when software defines reality? This essay was prepared for presentation at a church related computer event in 1991, but was never presented after the event was cancelled.
An exploration of the impact of electronic text on hermeneutics. I argue that electronic text processing undermines the stability of meaning that is associated with the printed word. This essay was first published in the Journal of Theology. Dayton: United Theological Seminary, 1994.
Reality and Cyberspace. The Opening Address to the Ecunet '95 Conference in Baltimore Maryland, May 21, 1995
The future in a "society of generalized communications." Final reflection at Ecunet '95, Baltimore, MD, May 24, 1995
Lectures given to SACEM Annual Meeting, Fort Worth, TX, January 1997