My wife and I watched “The Social Dilemma” this weekend. I wasn’t expecting anything groundbreaking or profound (and it wasn’t – these conversations have been going on for quite some time now), but unlike “The Great Hack”, I actually enjoyed this one. It was good to see Tristan Harris, whose work I’ve been following for … Continue reading The Best Scene of “The Social Dilemma” (And Other Comments)
Of all the people one could follow on Christian Twitter, few are as thoughtful and gracious as Daniel Darling. Daniel has long been a winsome presence on Twitter, using his platform and presence to encourage and edify anyone who will listen, as is quick to repent in the moments where he isn’t. In his newest … Continue reading In Praise of “A Way With Words” by Daniel Darling
On September 15th, 2017, two of the most important progressive metal albums of the 10’s released: The Contortionist’s Clairvoyant, and Caligula’s Horse’s In Contact. Both albums were highly anticipated and well received by critics and fans, but one of them quickly became canonized as a new modern prog metal classic. While Clairvoyant received no shortage … Continue reading In Praise of “Rise Radiant” by Caligula’s Horse
This past Wednesday, Aimee Byrd tweeted out a link to a new guest post on Scot McKnight’s blog. She announced that the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals had cut their ties to her in response to her new book, Recovering from Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, and that she would return to writing on her personal blog. … Continue reading Confessional Culture, the Greatest Threat to Confessionalism
(Note: most of this post had been written before the events and revelations of the past couple of days. I will write a separate follow-up based on those developments later). In the sake of transparency, I need to be clear up front: my wife and I love Aimee Byrd. We have been immensely blessed by … Continue reading In Praise of “Recovering From Biblical Manhood and Womanhood” by Aimee Byrd
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