Viewpoint: Torah and technology

Our children will lead very different lives than their grandparents.

By DAVID WOLPE
December 28, 2017 20:49
3 minute read.
A man holds up a cellphone during the priestly blessing at the Western Wall

A man holds up a cellphone during the priestly blessing at the Western Wall. (photo credit: BAZ RATNER/REUTERS)

 
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SINCE HENRY Adam proposed his “law of acceleration” in the early 20th century, we have witnessed history step up its pace.

Nowadays, more changes transpire in society – socially, technologically, even politically – within just a decade than did at one point in the course of an entire century. As technology evolves, the effect it has on our lives and its capacity for disruption grows stronger.

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