January 10, 2020
Theologians from the United States and Germany came together to discuss the question: Can theology as a discipline contribute to the analysis, conceptualization and assessment of the emergent logic of “the digital”? Areas of exploration included theological anthropology with special emphasis on accountability and diversity; concepts of freedom; memory and knowledge; and scripture as authority and interface.
The speakers included students and professors from Vanderbilt University, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Universität Bochum,
Iliff School of Theology, Universität Berlin, Universität Tübingen, Drew University, Princeton Theological Seminary, and FEST Heidelberg.
For a glimpse of the discussion that took place during the event, check out the conversation on Twitter using #theodigital2019.
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