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Published on Feb 16, 2011
"True Communities True Selves: Exploring True Community in a Virtual World" was the focus of the eighth biennial Veritas Forum at Hope College, which will took place from Thursday-Sunday, Jan. 13-16.
The forum's second keynote address, "In the Image of Our Devices: How Technologies Shape Our Picture of Human Identity," explores how metaphors of the digital world shape how people think about themselves and community, and was presented on Friday, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m. in Dimnent Memorial Chapel by Ken Myers. Myers is president and executive producer of Charlottesville, Va.-based Mars Hill Audio.
The Hope Veritas Forum is designed to include the arts, ideas, theology and popular culture, so as to listen to how God works in the lives of writers, musicians, social activists, educators and artists. This forum has run every two years since its 1997 debut on campus.