This month’s edition of ReligionLink includes background explainers, resources, and experts for covering the most relevant, religion-related cases the Supreme Court is set to decide on — or has recently passed a ruling on — this term.
This edition of ReligionLink explores the crossovers between religion and modern technology, with relevant stories, analysis, background and expert sources to get you up to speed in an ever-evolving landscape.
Trevor Sutton is pastor at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Haslett, Michigan. He has written extensively about the intersections between Christianity, worship and technology.
Michael Schulson is a freelance writer who oversees Religion Dispatches‘ science and religion portal, “The Cubit.” He also writes at Undark. He lives in Durham, N.C.
Christopher Benek is a Presbyterian pastor and frequent commentator on emerging technology and theology, including artificial intelligence and religion.
Kevin Kelly is the founding executive editor of Wired magazine and the author of multiple books on science, technology and the future. In a Feb. 3, 2017, story in The Atlantic about AI and Christianity, Kelly said, “If you create other things that think for themselves, a serious theological disruption will occur.” Kelly has written […]
The Society of Ordained Scientists is an ecumenical fellowship of ordained people with an expertise in science, medicine or technology. The SOS has several aims, including “To offer to God in our ordained role the work of science and technology in the exploration and stewardship of creation.” The Rev. Stig Graham is warden. The Rev. Pamela […]
Kenneth A. Bamberger is professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. He teaches administrative law, the First Amendment (speech and religion), technology and governance, and Jewish law. He researches the ways that governments, private actors and technology combine to regulate behavior, and ways to safeguard the exercise of that governance power.