By Shane Hipps
Flickering pixels are the tiny dots of sunshine that make up the monitors of life---from TVs to mobile phones. they're approximately invisible, yet they modify us. during this provocative ebook, writer Shane Hipps takes readers underneath the skin of items to determine how the applied sciences we use turn out utilizing us. no longer all is dire, notwithstanding, as Hipps exhibits us that hidden issues have some distance much less energy to form us after they are not hidden anymore. we're basically puppets of our know-how if we stay asleep. Flickering Pixels will wake us up---and not anything will glance an identical back.
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Under the force of the printed word, the gospel message was efficiently compressed into a linear sequential formula: APOLOGIZE FOR YOUR SINS + BELIEVE JESUS = GO TO HEAVEN Such a stunning compression of the gospel would not have been possible prior to the age of the printed word. Medieval cathedrals told the stories of the Bible in elaborate stained-glass windows. They presented the seeker with a vast array of vague impressions representing the grand sweep of the biblical narrative — the message was far from distilled.
In those early diagnostic tests, I also scored very low on both visual perception and the ability to organize information or objects. This is common for kids who have dyslexia. Reading and writing demand the visual organization of objects, in this case, letters. That meant that in addition to my reading difficulties, my desk at school was a hopeless mess, a black hole for most of my homework assignments. In contrast, those without difficulty reading had no trouble with visual perception and could organize information and objects with ease.
Printing helped fund the rapid acceleration of higherorder thinking and intellectual development. What an extraordinary gift that was to us. However, when it reverses, the print mind tends to devalue the heart. indd 50 10/27/08 11:01:57 AM DyslexiaandDeception tions are seen as pesky little distractions that get in the way of good reasoning. The consequence is that people are reduced to merely cognitive, rational beings. The problem is, we are not just rational beings. The Psalms reveal a very different picture.
Flickering Pixels: How Technology Shapes Your Faith by Shane Hipps