Author: Stamper, Christopher L., Veith, Gene Edward Jr.
Genre: Christian Living
Tags: Christian Living / Cross / Discipleship, Culture / Worldview

Rick Shrader‘s Review:

I always enjoy reading Gene Veith (now a senior writer for World magazine).  My first exposure to Postmodernism was through him and he always seems to relate current culture to the Christian viewpoint.  This book is an information book on the history of the Information Age and the blessings and curses of computers.  The evangelistic thrust is for reaching out to the “on-line” generation through various on-line mediums.  This is only for the mature Christian, however, due to the many dangers and temptations that exist on-line.

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