Silicon Valley: Human Destiny in a Digital City
To find out what lies on the global digital horizon, a visit to Silicon Valley in the San Francisco Bay area is in high order. The headquarters of Hewlett-Packard, the first Apple store, and tech powerhouse Stanford University, Silicon Valley is also home to many Christians who combine a spirited California evangelicalism (think John Ortberg’s Menlo Park Presbyterian) with an investment in their community’s booming biotechnology business. How will their beliefs answer biotech’s fundamental claims about human destiny and the limits of control?
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Why Katie Nienow left youth ministry out of a love for economic justice.
How Teresa Goines is teaching troubled teens at Old Skool Cafe.
How Michael Fang sees his leadership in medical technology as kingdom work.
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Four Silicon Valley residents who are wielding their region's capital for good.
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