“Three things tell a man: his eyes, his friends and his favorite quotes.”
David Morgan Lochhead was a theologian who, as Professor of Theology, developed an interest in the role of computers and computer communication in theology. His speech in 1984 "Theology in a Digital World" is credited with opening a unique branch of thought and study: the relationship between God and computers. One of his many addresses on the subject was entitled, "Does God Love Computers?" Lochhead's involvement in the subject of computer communication predated the advent of the Internet by many years. He also helped found an ecumenical computer network. Since his death in 1999 there have been two symposiums in which scholars have discussed Lochhead's writings.