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Orthodox Theology and Technology is an author’s story, and some people like to read an author’s story.
During my first meetings with spiritual direction, my spiritual father talked with me and said that the biggest area I seem to have to talk about is something like “Orthodox Theology and Technology.” Earlier I thought that this was my most interesting suggestion, while The Best of Jonathan’s Corner was my flagship. Now I see this as my flagship collection: if you read one of my works, read this.
The Best of Jonathan’s Corner is my overall best-rounded collection of all kinds of Orthodox theology expressed in all kinds of writing. I used to consider it my flagship until my spiritual director gently suggested that The Luddite’s Guide to Technology may be my biggest impact and my biggest contribution.
I grew up with my father reading the Chronicles of Narnia to my brother Matthew and me as bedtime stories. My Mom would come in and see a nodding-off father trying to read, and two little boys on his lap listening alertly.
For those of us who grew up in C.S. Lewis’s shadow, here is a look back at C.S. Lewis as Orthodox and looking forward to how someone starting with C.S. Lewis can land deep into Orthodoxy.
In Stranger in a Strange Land, one of the characters says that saying happiness is a matter of living the way a person is made to live is in English empty, just a tautology, but that in Martian, it’s a complete set of working instructions.
This opens up what must be to many people a lost world, and provides elementary instructions how to function as we were meant to function.