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Conspiracy Theories, Engaging Online, and Wisdom: The Intersection of the Three and How to Respond Biblically

"Given the enduring importance of conspiracy theories, I want to circle back to some of the criticism of the DNS article before focusing on few preliminary suggestions on how Christians can begin to think through healthy online habits." - Andrew MacDonald

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MSNBC Analyst Asks Christians: ‘If Jesus Is So Great, Why Aren’t You Nicer?’

"The incident in Fort Dodge, Iowa, when two protesters shouted 'Sodom and Gomorrah' toward Buttigieg, who is openly gay and identifies as Christian, prompted a bit of a rebuke from MSNBC analyst Zerlina Maxwell" - Faithwire

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We’re Waiting for Media’s Corrections on Ocean Warming

"Joshua Emerson Smith, a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, has picked it up, and the U-T gave his story prominent placement: 'Climate contrarian uncovers scientific error, upends major ocean warming study.' . . . Smith reports that the original study’s authors acknowledged their error and thanked Lewis for pointing it out and have submitted a correction to Nature." - Cornwall Alliance

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Christian Post parent firm, former CEO indicted by New York DA on fraud charges

"A New York City grand jury has indicted Christian Media Corp., the publisher of evangelical news website The Christian Post, and William Anderson, its former chief executive, on financial fraud charges, along with Etienne Uzac, who ran Newsweek magazine’s parent company." - RNS

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How to Determine the Impact of Technology on Our Daily Lives

Many brilliant and creative people have worked over the last few decades to develop digital technology. As with many inventions, the conception and the consequences were years apart, and what was imagined as the possible uses of technology was probably very different from the reality.

So, now we have this amazing variety of tools at our disposal. Nearly every house has a computer, and there seems to be a smartphone in every hand. I have more technology in my purse than NASA had to get men on the moon.

As with anything, there are extremes of attitude about technology. Some take it for granted and don’t think it is important to consider whether or not tech has a positive or negative impact; it’s part of our lives, no big deal. Others are suspicious and fearful, prophesying The End of Civilization As We Know It with every iteration.

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