I wasn't exactly open to hearing his ideas Now, some 22 years later, after stints at the University of Kansas and M. T, and a conversion to Catholicism, Eric has written a fascinating account of his first-hand investigation of the limits of technology.No, he wasn't pushing them by cloning babies or sending spores into space; instead, he pushed back against technology, deciding to spend a year living as our ancestors all didgrowing crops and harvesting them by hand, plowing fields with a horse, jarring fruit, singing and praying with a community of primitive Amish.Jeff Whitfield shouldn’t need any help meeting women.
They agreed on everything from natural family planning to the greatness of and felt an intense connection that grew stronger with every email and long distance phone call.
Their first meeting occurred about a month after they had started talking, when Jeff paid for Nicole to visit him in Indiana — where he was working in student affairs at the University of Southern Indiana. They married on August 16, 2003, and about a year later they celebrated the birth of their first child. More and more people are going online to find a date or meet the love of their life.
Many internet daters are, of course, interested in meeting people who share their faith.
If you’re looking to meet a nice Jewish boy or girl, has over half a million members hoping to do the same thing.
Their mission: To see how much technology is really necessary, and what life was like before it took over.