Whether by coincidence or some mysterious cosmic force, May 2017 saw the publication of two books I wrote about the tension and possible partnership between religion and science. The first was a science fiction novel titled Revival, and the second, a science research monograph titled Dynamic Secularization. Both were written from the perspective of the radical revolution caused by information technology and computer science, and both postulated that we stand at a turning point in history. Both also conceptualized human culture as a chaotic yet meaningful ecology of competing hopes, dreams, and actions. Here I shall share the logic of Revival, saving the passion of Dynamic Secularization for a later time.
from Ethical Technology http://ift.tt/2sDkbXl