Tag Archives: Non-Corporeal Human Exoskeleton

The Embedded God: A Personal Theology

Introduction Our views of faith and transcendence are undergoing rapid and radical change I was reminded of that recently watching an interview with former Gemini and Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell, one of history‚Äôs most celebrated and gifted aviators and explorers … Continue reading

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A Threat to Human Scaffolding

According to research conducted by the universities of Oxford and Coventry, religious beliefs are linked neither to intuition nor to rational thinking. According to research conducted by the universities of Oxford and Coventry, religious beliefs are linked neither to intuition … Continue reading

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The God of the Human Exoskeleton

In my previous piece, I asserted that God is embedded in what I describe as the Networked Human Exoskeleton (NHE) – for lack of a better description, a structure that human beings have evolved over eons and that permeates all … Continue reading

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God and the Networked Human Exoskeleton

Borrowing from futurist Kevin Kelly, author of What Technology Wants, I’ve been formulating the view that humanity has been in the business of constructing what I call a NHE (Nerworked Human Exoskeleton) for eons. What I mean by this is … Continue reading

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