Writer of Technology
- MediaElement.js Universal HTML5 audio and video player with Flash and Silverlight plugins for older browsers.
- BlogEngine.NET Contributor to ASP.NET blogging tool that’s easy to customize and doesn’t require a database.
- bib.ly Bible reference shortener (http://bib.ly/Mk5:35) and Bible text popups (1 Chr. 11:22) for any site.
- NIV 1984 vs. NIV2011 Exhausive comparison of NIV(1984), tNIV(2005), and NIV(2011).
- Online Education Player A video player with synced transcripts and slides in English, Arabic, Chinese, and Spanish.
- Trey Hill Photographs One of the most talented story tellers I've had the pleasure of meeting.
- Living with the Trinity Google Maps Flash API work for KERA (Dallas' NPR affiliate) on Texas' main water sources.
- Best Commentaries Averages reviews and ratings of thousands of biblical commentaries and theological works.
- Bible Web App Greek and Hebrew study tools with other experiments in digital Bible technology.
- Using CSS to Display Fonts for Greek and Hebrew, but not English9/30/2016
- Coloring Hebrew Vowels and Accents in HTML/CSS5/18/2013
- This Site Best Viewed in Google Glass4/17/2013
- Drawing 3D Objects and Buildings on Google Maps2/11/2013
- How to Create a Responsive, Retina-ready Website9/12/2012
- HTML5 Video Wrapper for YouTube and Vimeo API – MediaElement.js11/28/2011
- Pinbox.js – Photos Then and Now (jQuery plugin)11/2/2011
Writer on Technology
BooksFrom the Garden to the City Release: August 2011, Kregel
John is the unusual person who is as expert in information technology as he is familiar with the Bible, and he is even more unusual in being able to move to and fro with ease and come up with striking and helpful insights. His voice, though gentle, speaks with authority.
— Albert Borgmann
Barnes & Noble
- Thinking Theologically about Technology & Culture 2013 lectures at Dallas Theological Seminary
- Nine Issues in Technology and Faith 2013 lectures at Dallas Theological Seminary
- How Bible Technology Shapes our Faith At BibleTech 2009, a walkthough of how the technology of the Bible has impacted our faith.
- Technology in the Kingdom, Society, and ... Breakout session for a conference at Dallas Theological Seminary with Shane Hipps.
- Not Many of You Should Presume to Be Bloggers: How social media changed theological debateChristianity Today (web)03/11/2011
- The Virtualization of CultureChristianity Todayforthcoming
- How to Handle Luddites in the ChurchCollide Magazine01/12/2011
- Information Needs a Compass Not a ClockCollide Magazine05/05/2010
- It’s 2010, Where’s My JetpackCollide Magazine02/05/2010
- I Will Remember Your Tweets No MoreCollide Magazine01/12/2010
- The Best and the Worst New Tech: What You Least ExpectChristianity Today11/17/2009
Don't Eat the Fruit
- Secure Your Online Life with the Bible (and Good Security Practices)1/11/2017
- Technelogia, the Virtualization of Culture, and the Theology of Artificial Intelligence (Videos)11/4/2016
- The History of Bible Software (Infographic)9/27/2016
- Certainty vs. Risk – Why We Value Handwritten Notes and “Craft” Beer More than Texts and Budwieser6/10/2016
- Why Referring to “Screen Time” May Not Be Helpful to You or Your Kids5/13/2016
- The Shocking/Sobering Reason There Are No Trump Supporters on Your Facebook Feed3/15/2016
- New Year’s Technology Resolutions of the Internet Famous1/5/2016
- Declining Religion in America? There’s an App for That5/15/2015
- What Moby Dick Can Teach Us About What We Click, Read, and Post12/13/2014
- What Can We Learn about Video Churches from Mars Hill’s Closing?11/12/2014