"High-Tech Worship? Using Presentational Technologies Wisely" by Quentin J. Schultze: Wired for Ministry by John P. Jewell

Thursday, 03 May 2007

The question mark in the title of Schultze's book is not to be overlooked. Despite undoubtedly genuine efforts at fair-mindedness and overt statements directed against technophobes, this volume seriously questions the widespread use of presentation technologies in Christian worship today. Schultze rightly warns that technology tends to develop a life of its own, unrestrained by wisdom or stewardship (chapters four through six), theology of worship (chapter two), patience (chapter four), or proper ecclesiastical authority or tradition (chapter seven). Indeed, his initial chapter addresses "Our Confusion," not our achievement. The amount of wisdom-per-page in this ...

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