Finding God and Each Other in our Technological Culture

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Professor Matthew Weathers discusses how media consumption can be most positively used and monitored. He encourages his audience to think of media with a food metaphor: too much junk food is unhealthy and needs the balance of nutritious foods. In the same way, the information people take in needs to be primarily meaningful and even slow-paced with less of an emphasis on the short snippets of comedy and information that are fun but not significant.

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