The Power Behind individuality

In a technological age the worth of an individual often seems lost in the vastness of quantitative material output and scientific advances. Who am I, a lone individual, amidst towering buildings, jet travel, space exploration, and the like? Indeed, does my individuality as a person matter anymore? In the current scheme of things where do my interests, aspirations, and needs fit?

In varying degrees each of us is faced with these questions. A most important consideration is that technocracy not determine for us—perhaps unwittingly—a theology that is harsh as well as false. Attitudes implying that God's love is unavailable to us as we face our everyday problems may be traced to merely human and material impressions.

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