There are greater things ahead than the children's TV wisdom that we (should) leave behind.
What fandom offers us is precisely the thing that virtually every other facet of our culture wants to take away: Self-forgetfulness.
So many things that we modern people add to our lives are utterly trivial. This is a spiritual AND political problem.
Digital Bible apps are convenient, but physical Bibles are much more.
The online shame culture is an opportunity for Christians to hold forth the gracious and healing practice of Christian repentance
Why would people spend hours pouring out their souls to a computer?
Jordan Peterson is assaulting nihilism from within and challenging secularism from the inside.
Why dedicated online writing spaces might be the cure for our social media ills.
One thing that concerns me about conservative evangelicalism right now is the inability we often demonstrate to let those who exist and teach outside the boundaries of historic Christianity...just stay there. I often feel like there's a compulsion in evangelical culture to always be writing and tweeting against "false teachers," and here I include air-quotes …
Stop me if you've heard this before. A parent records their child doing/saying something moving/saddening/remarkable. The parent then posts the video of their child to social media. Social media reacts strongly to the video, and before you know it, the video—and the child—are "viral" digital sensations. They start trending on Buzzfeed, being re-shared by celebrities …