Spirituality and technology

by Richard on September 21, 2008


{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }


Andrew Careaga 09.21.08 at 2:12 pm

Loves it!


Rich 09.22.08 at 12:10 am

An iPray maybe?


Beth 09.22.08 at 12:35 am

You laugh, but I have the entire Bible in ten different translations on my PDA. Brilliant thing actually, called The Sword Project, and it’s available for desktops/laptops too. Has various translations such as KJV etc. plus other languages - Latin, Greek, Hebrew. You can compare them side-by-side. I find it immensely useful.

Erm… yeah. Sorry, geek moment.


Richard 09.22.08 at 7:24 am

Haven’t you heard about the marketing war between the iPray and it’s rival the ePrayer, Rich?

Beth, of course you’re right. Such things are useful.


ee 09.22.08 at 10:01 am

I initially took this as a comment on rock-group worship - it may be spiritually empty sometimes, but boy is it well amplified.


Beth 09.22.08 at 2:50 pm

Early reviews of the iPray criticised its name for being too focused on individual prayer. This inspired the company to come up with the WiiPray instead…

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