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Your Smartphone Is Neither a Cancer nor a Cure-All

A balanced, biblical take on the devices we can’t seem to live without. I remember the day I got my first smartphone. Upgrading from a “dumb phone,” I was dazzled. Crisp and clear pictures. Email and calendar in one place. Ready access to Twitter, Facebook, and any search engine I wanted. In the words of the AT&T ad, I could now “move at the speed of instantly.” But as the months went on, I realized my smartphone was not a neutral tool that would leave my life unaffected.
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