The Book deals with the question of understanding human being in a context embedded in Cyberspace. The imagery of Cyborg is used under the Posthuman discourse to engage with created Co-Creator paradigm suggested by Philip Hefner. The Christological explorations under such a paradigm which leads to authentic human formation is the search and quest of this book. The work is a dialogue in the Theology Technology conversation and tries to engage with some of the questions where there is a Human Being –Technology continuum.
1. Searching the Anthropological Corollary in the Context of Cyberspace
2. Exploring the Landscape of Theological Anthropology
3. Hybridity: Cyborg and Created Co-Creator as Dialogical Partners
4. Reworking Created Co-Creator in Search of an Authentic Christian Human Formation
Merin Mathew is an Ordained Clergy of the Mar Thoma Syrian Church. He completed his B.D. From Mar Thoma Theological Seminary, Kottayam in 2011. He completed his Master of Theology (M.Th) in Christian Theology from United Theological College in 2019. He has authored two books, Burning Bush: Fifty Biblical Meditations and Here Am I: Fifty Biblical Meditations. He is an avid blogger with a good following on social media.