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Excessive Use of Electronic Communications Not Good

Written By: Russ Jones - OneNewsNow.com  |  Posted: Friday, November 2nd, 2012

            Dr. Archibald Hart, senior professor of psychology at Fuller Theological Seminary's School of Psychology, maintains that digital addictions have created a spiritual deficit. With one in every nine people on the planet now on Facebook or some other form of social media like Twitter and YouTube, Dr. Hart calls it the "digital invasion."

            Either with a computer, smartphone or iPad, humans spend roughly 700 billion minutes per month on Facebook. With those kinds of numbers, Hart is on a mission to help awaken people to their relationship with technology and to help them reclaim what technology has stolen by engaging them in real-life connections.

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