For the Humans and Transhumans among Us

  • Maybe Transhumanism Is Simply a New Way to Solve an Old Problem

    Advances may enhance or prolong our physical experience, but nothing can erase God's imprint.

    Advances may enhance or prolong our physical experience, but nothing can erase God's imprint.

  • The Political ‘Fallout’ of Cheating Death

    By following Jesus’ example of how to die, Christians come to enter into His eternal life—free from sin’s bondage.

    By following Jesus’ example of how to die, Christians come to enter into His eternal life—free from sin’s bondage.

  • The Coming Ethical Conundrums of Transhumanism

    The more we look down the tunnel of time, the more complicated the questions become.

    The more we look down the tunnel of time, the more complicated the questions become.

  • Can Transhumanism Lead Us Back to Orthodoxy?

    Some Christians are afraid transhumanism is just Gnosticism in a new form. But what if that’s backward?

    Some Christians are afraid transhumanism is just Gnosticism in a new form. But what if that’s backward?

  • 'And Death Shall Be No More': Going beyond Transhumanism for Kids

    In "Death Is Wrong," transhumanist author Gennady Stolyarov II asserts that human beings can and should pursue ways to eradicate death; but only trusting the adequacy of God’s provision can instill a hope for the death of death.

    In "Death Is Wrong," transhumanist author Gennady Stolyarov II asserts that human beings can and should pursue ways to eradicate death; but only trusting the adequacy of God’s provision can instill a hope for the death of death.

  • Transhumanism Is the New Gnosticism

    Transhumanists, like Gnostics, tend to place little importance on our bodily appetites, reducing them to the level of distractions.

    Transhumanists, like Gnostics, tend to place little importance on our bodily appetites, reducing them to the level of distractions.

  • Ones and Zeros: A Reflection on Spike Jonze's HER

    How often, in the name of love, do we try to re-create other people in our own image, expecting them to worship us once we’re finished?

    How often, in the name of love, do we try to re-create other people in our own image, expecting them to worship us once we’re finished?