Technology and Christianity

Christianity narrates the facts that God created in the world and all living and non-living beings in the world. God created every living being on earth, and man was finally created to judge all that He created. God gave everything that a man wanted to live. When the man fell into sin, he had to leave the Garden of Eden and work on the soil for his survival.

The man started working in the fields and needed sharp sharp tools, knives and other equipment in order to plow and plow the land. Man began to search for his need and with the increase in need, it led to the emergence of technology. From then on, technology advanced to meet the increasing demands of the human being.

The ancient person had fallen in fear of pantheism. Pantheism reinforces the concept of superstitious belief on nature. This concept was later changed to fear in man. Man was held by the bondage of nature, which made the man fear the natural laws.

Christianity helps humanity be free from all kinds of fear, including the fear of pantheism. He suggests that the world is nothing but God's creation. God came down to earth as a human being, lived on earth and spread good news about eternity and removed fears from human hearts. God suffered on the cross for the salvation of people and promised everyone who trusted that his name would be free of bonds and receive eternal life.

Christianity freed man from the superstitious, unwanted belief in the nature that helped humankind advance in technological development. After the rise of the Enlightenment period, there was a major advance in technology in which man began to improve things in order to improve life and reduce the misery of life. In this effort, mankind became more civilized and entered the solar system and began to analyze things for the betterment of society.

As technology grew more and more, people moved away from the fear of God. This, in turn, separated man from God and also from previously held dear spiritual values. This caused the man to use technology to destroy. God wants humanity to benefit from technology for the benefit of mankind, not for destruction. This is what a true Christian is all about.

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