We think about what can happen. Times have changed since we thought, so something has happened. We have a habit as human beings to think about the future in some capacity. But how do we consider thinking about the future because it will come?
Shifting priorities 2005. The Presbyterian Church is consulting with parishes and presbyteries to decide on the priorities for the church’s national tasks. Focus on the Future is a series of meetings with parishioners being held in the North and South Island and encourages written submissions.
Envisaging and innovating the future Church 2002. Wellington Pastor Anthony Walton views writing books, including his latest, Future Church: Church by Design, as a leadership tool for producing vision, “casting a direction the church needs to head down”.
A.I. (2001) speculates on artificial intelligence in the future and asks, does the creator need the creature to love him back?