Answer a Fool According to His Folly, or Answer Not?

"I want to talk through a super common issue on the internet. I invite your wisdom and input; I also invite your prayer. Because I want and need—desperately need—divine wisdom for whether and how to answer all kinds of internet comments from all kinds of strangers with all kinds of perspectives." - Mark Ward

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“Last night I experienced a first on social media. A person claiming to follow Jesus Christ questioned my salvation.”

"It doesn’t bother me that someone who doesn’t know me would make such a ridiculous claim regarding my faith. The incident, however, did make me think of how many times Christians have hurt the cause of Christ on social media. ...Allow me to suggest a few tips that might be helpful for ministering effectively online:" - Tim McKnight

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Question & Ethics: How do I respond to a combative person?

"we must be careful as we are confronting a person who thrives on conflict not to become the same type of person. Because we have a sense of the Judgement Day, and the fact that justice will eventually be done, we are freed from our need to seek judgement in the present age" - Russell Moore

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7 Principles of Disagreeing Well

"Thomas Sowell once said, 'It takes considerable knowledge just to realize the extent of your own ignorance.' Humility must precede all healthy learning and dialogue. An awareness of our own limitations will not only force us to take a more humble stance ourselves but also compel us to grant grace to our fellow human beings." - LifeWay

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