Today on The Techology Show:
Jessica Harris – beggarsdaughter.com
Jessica Harris is a former porn addict who shares her continuing story of growth and freedom at Beggar’s Daughter. Since first creating Beggar’s Daughter in 2009, she has written for other ministries and is a regular contributor to the Breaking Free blog at Covenant Eyes. Her genuineness, transparency, approachability, and love for Christ set her writing and speaking style apart. She has spoken in the US and Canada at college conferences, youth retreats, and moms meetings. She is passionate about true purity, freedom, and about educating people about the presence and effects of pornography and lust in the lives of Christian women. In the past, she has worked as a high school teacher, youth leader, and as a crisis pregnancy counselor. In 2012, she released a self-published electronic devotional: Love Done Right.
Anthony Casey – @acasey64
Heath Mullikin – heathmullikin.com
Matthew Tietje – matthewtietje.com
Interview with Jessica Harris
THEY SAID IT
Using the same tactics used by “gay” rights activists, pedophiles have begun to seek similar status arguing their desire for children is a sexual orientation no different than heterosexual or homosexuals.
Jack Minor in an article where he chronicles the changing definition of pedophilia over the last 40 years.
SOURCE: The Greeley Gazette
We have found a holy thing in a chest. It is a piece of a cross, and they think it’s from THE cross.
A historian at Turkey’s Mimar Sinan University of Fine Arts telling reporters that, “Archaeologists working at an ancient church in Turkey think they’ve unearthed a piece of the world’s most famous cross, the one used to crucify Jesus.”
SOURCE: USA Today
Many Gospel stories, for example – such as the story of Mary and Martha in the Gospel of Luke – can tell us far more about women’s roles if we stop to pay close attention – something male writers have not done. The ancient sources mention the women, but over time less and less attention was given to their role. Really, they have been airbrushed out of history.
Professor Kate Cooper, from The University of Manchester commenting on her five year study in which she concludes that women’s role in the ministry of the early church is under-reported and under-appreciated.
High-tech Japanese toilets are vulnerable to attack from their manufacturer’s own Android app. As The Atlantic reports, a security advisory from researchers at Trustwavesays all Inax Satis Bluetooth toilets have the same Bluetooth PIN (“0000”) hardcoded, allowing anyone with the My Satis Android app to control any toilet within range.
Aaron Souppouris reporting on the Nipponese Smart Toilet which has a bidet, music player, and deodorizer, all controlled via bluetooth. Also, it can apparently be hacked!
SOURCE: The Verge
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