While we bury our heads in the sand doing ‘church as usual’, the barriers of consciousness are being pushed with robotics and artificial intelligence.
In fact scientists predict that before the end of this century we will see bespoke interventions to alter DNAs, and biomechanics that can enhance our current capabilities beyond our wildest dreams.
In a global context we see countries like Singapore, Mexico, India and China benefit from the impact of cheap labour as companies in the West are pushed to increase profit margins for shareholders, and fend-off competitors.
But where is the developing and underdeveloped world in all this?
Is this something we ought to be thinking about?
Phased with similar challenges in his era, in one of his reflection prophet Jeremiah notes,
“If you have raced with men on foot and they have worn you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in safe country, how will you manage in the thickets by the Jordan? – (Jeremiah 12:5)
Where do we start, and how do we realign the levels of inequality in our world?
Join us as we explore the building blocks for a Christ-centred commerce.
Saturday 25th November 2017,
10:30 – 1pm
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