Listening to Barry Taylor of Fuller Seminary -- and question is raised about what it means to be human in the 21st century. Genesis speaks of humanity created in the image of God, but we're moving toward what he's calling (at this moment) the "techno-self." We're moving in a direction where the line between human and technological is being blurred.
As a Star Trek fan, I'm reminded of the Borg (not Marcus). With that image, what do we make of this question of our existence as humans?
So, how do we, as we do theology after google, how do we reflect theologically on humanity when this line is blurred?