This chapter is a theological discussion of the relational basis of human creativity, drawing on a trinitarian understanding of the theology of creation. It argues that technological culture tends to disregard natural relationality to the detriment of human community.
|Title of host publication||Responsibility of religion and science in the modern world|
|Place of Publication||Moscow, Russia|
|Publisher||St Andrew's Biblical Theological Institute|
|Number of pages||10|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
Ledger, C. (2007). The relational basis of human creativity: a contribution to the theology of technology. In Responsibility of religion and science in the modern world (1 ed., pp. 159-168).  St Andrew's Biblical Theological Institute.