2011: Faith and Technology

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Gospel Project available on iPad, eBook

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) -- The Gospel Project curriculum created by LifeWay Christian Resources has introduced a digital delivery format to serve as yet another way for churches to engage in the three-year study designed for Sunday Schools and small groups of all ages.

TECH: An even faster Internet & its impact on churches

Imagine downloading an HD movie in only five seconds. That type of Internet speed is around the corner, and it can have a big impact on churches.

TECH: What if you could record your entire life?

Technology columnist Aaron Linne takes a look at two prototype projects by Google and Microsoft, one of which would allow users to wear special glasses and video record their daily lives.

Christian Apps of the Month: ACLJ, Breakpoint

ACLJ (American Center for Law & Justice) Platform: iPhone Price: Free About it: With the ACLJ app, users can keep up to date on the latest news related to religious liberty issues from one of the nation’s leading conservative legal groups, the American Center for Law & Justice. Users also can sign petitions, read ACLJ […]

TECHNOLOGY: No more giant apps — a browser is all you need

The new ChromeBook and ChromeBox only allow users to operate within a Web browser, but technology columnist Aaron Linne says enough free tools exist online to make this inexpensive option even sweeter, especially for churches looking to purchase multiple new computers.

Prestonwood Baptist, Grace to You

Prestonwood Baptist Church Platform: iPhone/IPad, Android Price: Free About it: The Prestonwood church app includes the most recent sermons by pastor Jack Graham and the teaching team, in both audio and video format. Audio sermons can be downloaded for use offline. Additionally, sermons can be shared via Twitter, Facebook and email. Audio and video from […]

TECHNOLOGY: A new digital reading experience — unlike anything we’ve seen

What if when using an iPad or Kindle Fire, we could read about the biblical story of David and Goliath and actually see the battlefield, or when reading about the Temple we'd see it being built? That reading experience may be only a few years away, says technology columnist Aaron Linne.

New Orleans Seminary, Crosswalk.com

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS) Platform: iPhone Price: Free About it: The New Orleans Seminary app includes the latest news articles from the seminary, as well as a chapel schedule and chapel audio and video. Additionally, it includes Greek and Hebrew flash cards, a campus events calendar, campus calendar, and information for alumni and […]

TECHNOLOGY: Helping the church understand the digital revolution

A series of recent books seeks to help the church understand and adapt to the social media/digital revolution, says tech columnist Aaron Linne.

TECHNOLOGY: Windows 8 could change desktop world

Microsoft will release Windows 8 this year, and it could change the desktop world. But is it best for your church or your home computers? Columnist Aaron Linne takes a look.