Tag Archives: social media

how to witness on the web

With practice and patience Christians can learn how to awaken or uncover felt need or deep hunger by asking better questions online.

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does social media make us narcissists?

There is a little narcissism in all of us, arising as it does out of our limitless capacity for self-centeredness.

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social media in the Middle Ages

Few individuals in history have leveraged technology as effectively as Martin Luther did.

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From cavemen to Kermit

Wise use of technology is about as difficult as wise use of the tongue, which James describes as a fire and a poison.

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no interest in Pinterest

You would think Pinterest would be just as an attractive platform for men; they would just pin different things. But men just haven’t embraced the platform.

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I have a problem

13 paragraphs in this post begin with “I”. And that’s the essential issue, isn’t it? Computer-mediated communication can foster the illusion that the world revolves around our own interests.

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Retrospective 2011

Narcissism goes back all the way to Adam and Eve who wanted to become gods, to have a glory all their own. This is the root of all human sin.

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breaking up is (not so) hard to do

Maturity should result in, well, maturity. Unfortunately we live in an age when celebrities break up on Twitter.

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the measure of a man

My two oldest sons have higher Kred than I do, so I will have to stay up all night tweeting to get ahead.

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let’s play nice, kids

When ratings meet reputation: new studies claim digital communication results in more and better friendships, greater honesty and faster intimacy.

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