Dr. David Murray, a professor at Puritan Reformed Seminary, has written an insightful blog post on our need for digital detox. The concerns he expresses are the same concerns many of us have sensed in our own lives or in the lives of family members or friends. It’s a subject that comes up frequently in conversations with parents of teenagers, and sadly, parents of young children.
Following a long list of how the digital world is killing us, he makes this observation:
I’m utterly convinced that vast numbers of Christians are dangerously addicted to digital technology. It has way too big a place in our lives and it’s not just damaging us; it’s destroying us.
You can read his article here.