Growing down theology and human nature in the virtual age how is the presence of ubiquitous personal technological devices shaping human development and interpersonal relations how might persons navigate this technological revolution in a way that deepens and enlivens personal. Growing down is an enriching read inviting reflection about human nature growth interpersonal relating and christian spirituality it avoids superficial judgments and polarities rather it invites readers to ponder and grapple with the nature of humanness awash in technology particularly from a christian perspective. Growing down draws together theology anthropology neuroscience object relations theory especially the work of d w winnicott and empirical research to identify necessary intelligences for human flourishing in an increasingly virtual world. Growing down explores the theological and psychological implications of humanitys fascination with technology author jaco hamman examines how our virtual relationships with and through tablets and phones consoles and screens have become potentially addictive substitutes for real human . And growing down theology and human nature in the virtual age baylor university press 2017 his forthcoming book the millennial narrative sharing a good life with the next generation will be released this august
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