Why Some Christian Leaders Don’t Post About Current Events on Social Media

Why Some Christian Leaders Don’t Post About Current Events on Social Media by David Qaoud In a word — pressure. That’s how many Christian leaders feel about having to post about current events on social media. But it shouldn’t be this way. As you know, 2020 is shaping to be one of the most infamous yearsContinue reading “Why Some Christian Leaders Don’t Post About Current Events on Social Media”

Editorial – Proud American

Recently I have seen a H U G E increase in the number of folks posting “I hate America” on social media. Listen, no one claims this is utopia, then again anyone who thinks we can have that short of Heaven, is either delusional or doing copious amounts of drugs. Those of us who areContinue reading “Editorial – Proud American”

Like a Tweet, Lose a Lease

This is what America is becoming a place where trolls search the internet for your posts and then sensationalize all you post our like against their ideology. Never mind the 1st Amendment and the fact you said nothing illegal, immoral or unethical that no longer matters. You are not part of their supposed beliefs, soContinue reading “Like a Tweet, Lose a Lease”

When is civil disobedience allowed for a Christian?

So social media has been full of postings like the following since COVID-19 came to America in force: In a sense I would guess it is their way of being civilly disobedient (protesting) what they presume to be the injustice on the part of the government for being wronged.  I would caution “Christians” from this,Continue reading “When is civil disobedience allowed for a Christian?”

The Sins Forbidden by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World – Tim Challies

In an article I shared a couple of days ago, we began to take a look at the ninth commandment (“You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor”) and its relevance in a world in which so much of our communication takes place through social media. Specifically, we considered some of the duties requiredContinue reading “The Sins Forbidden by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World – Tim Challies”

The Duties Required by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World – Tim Challies

You must be familiar with the ninth commandment: “You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.” On a surface level it’s simple enough: Don’t tell lies about other people. But Christians have traditionally understood it to entail far more than this. With the rise of modern communications technologies, and especially social media, I amContinue reading “The Duties Required by the Ninth Commandment in a Social Media World – Tim Challies”

Counseling Parents about Smart Rules for Smartphones (And All Social Media)

If you are from my generation or older you may like me have a love hate relationship with your smartphone.  I find them helpful at times and very annoying at others. Garrett Higbee, the author, does a good job in this article of letting parents know the ground rules ALL PARENTS need to know whenContinue reading “Counseling Parents about Smart Rules for Smartphones (And All Social Media)”