Interview with a Christian Hacker: Christians Need Their Own Servers

Everything on the internet is stored on servers. The information stored there is what makes up what is known as “the cloud.” Christians need to become aware that those who own the servers completely control what is accessible.

Kate, a BTJ partner, joins Eugene on this podcast in Romania to discuss the future of online services for Christians, how to avoid the risk of losing online capabilities, and what BTJ is doing to prepare for this uncertain future. In this podcast they discuss some of the questions we should be grappling with, as the world is cracking down on free speech.

YouTube is a platform that gives pastors the opportunity to share their sermons with the world. This may appear as totally benign, but it seems that if the platform deems your sermons as destructive, they can block them from being seen. While the Technocrats have been unilaterally deciding what people can and cannot say, BTJ has been working diligently on Dingdash.com; our online freedom of speech platform.

Our perspective is known as the Singaporean concept of freedom: “Your freedom stops at my nose.” This means that you have the freedom to do anything you like, as long as it doesn’t affect others.

You can find the full episode here:

Episode 633: Christians Need Their Own Servers – Interview With BTJ Hacker

I am a Messianic Jewish believer that felt the tug of the L-rd towards the unreached. I decided I would go to China. My love for the Chinese people grew while I was there, but when I learned of the Back to Jerusalem movement, I knew the L-rd wanted me to be proclaiming His gospel message to the unreached people between China and Jerusalem. Let’s unite and complete the great commission. We need to accept the challenge Jesus has given us so that we can feel the exhilaration of victory.

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  1. Frank

    I seldom have time to listen to your podcasts but would love to read them. It is more efficient for me. thanks.

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