The Pastor Theologians Podcast

Digital Life as Secular Liturgy (Part 1) | Felicia Wu Song

November 11, 2019 The Center for Pastor Theologians Season 1 Episode 34
The Pastor Theologians Podcast
Digital Life as Secular Liturgy (Part 1) | Felicia Wu Song
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The Pastor Theologians Podcast
Digital Life as Secular Liturgy (Part 1) | Felicia Wu Song
Nov 11, 2019 Season 1 Episode 34
The Center for Pastor Theologians

In a presentation from our 2019 theology conference, Dr. Felicia Wu Song shares a talk entitled, "Digital Life as Secular Liturgy: A Matter of Christian Formation." Dr. Song is a professor of sociology at Westmont College. What is the social imaginary implied in our modern secular life? What effects does social life have on our embodied relationships? How should our Christian faith commitments affect the way we think about social media, constant social stimulation, and the omnipresence of devices in our digital ecology? Dr. Song explores these and other questions in the first half of her presentation.

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In a presentation from our 2019 theology conference, Dr. Felicia Wu Song shares a talk entitled, "Digital Life as Secular Liturgy: A Matter of Christian Formation." Dr. Song is a professor of sociology at Westmont College. What is the social imaginary implied in our modern secular life? What effects does social life have on our embodied relationships? How should our Christian faith commitments affect the way we think about social media, constant social stimulation, and the omnipresence of devices in our digital ecology? Dr. Song explores these and other questions in the first half of her presentation.