Technology

Is It Morally Okay to Keep Updating My Things?

"I’m not that old, but it seems like a lifetime ago that it was acceptable to keep things until they were broken. Now if my phone is more than a year old or if I haven’t remodeled my kitchen in the past decade, I’m out of date. Is there a moral right or wrong to this consuming of new and updated models of stuff?" - TGC

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American women don't owe feminists for their modern lives

Women often think that "owe their lives to the women (i.e., feminists) who came before them. After all, that’s what they’ve been told over and over and over again. It's a lie. Technology, labor-saving devices, and reliable birth control are what liberated women from the taxing work of child care and household maintenance. It was men, not feminists, who invented these things." - Suzanne Venker

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Fathers urged to engage in 'digital discipleship'

"Mental health issues are among the consequences of today widespread technology, Jennings said. In the five years between 2010 and 2015, the number of U.S. teens who felt joyless and useless jumped 33 percent, he recounted. At the same time, the number of suicides among those ages 13-18 jumped 31 percent." - BPNews

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