A movie about a pastor who hid the dictator Honecker from the GDR received a Christian media prize on Thursday. According to the producer, the film has some important lessons.
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The average European child spends 3-4 hours online every day. That also means that our children, kept in check by their parents, who spend 1-1.5 hours a day online, balance out their peers who spend 6-8 hours a day online.
A movie about the “exciting story” of German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer will be published at the end of 2024.
Unlocking a phone with your face is interesting, but facial recognition with a controversial app is different. In "Your face belongs to us", the American tech journalist Kashmir Hill describes this technology's history and possible future.
From next Tuesday, Italian minors should no longer be able to encounter pornography on their smartphones. That is the aim of a new law that comes into force next week. What is going to change?
When a team of Norwegian ministries launched a new website on sexuality, it did not take long before it stirred debate among its national church. “It hurts more than it builds up.”
Next school year, both primary schools and schools for children with special needs must ban smartphones from their classrooms. That is an order of the Dutch Education Minister Mariëlle Paul. A Danish survey confirms the negative impact of screens on children.
Germans can talk to Luther on Tuesday. "This is how we show how to use technology wisely."
The best Bible is the one we actually open and read. But is that a paper version or a digital Bible? Research shows that reading on paper has a deeper impact, writes the Swedish theologian Joel Halldorf.
Marie was only about nine years old when she stumbled upon pornographic images. "I found these images very shocking", she recalls. She didn’t see happy romantic couples there. This first encounter drew her into the dark world of porn.