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One Important Question for Social-Media Use

As millennials, we remember the thrill of joining Facebook soon after it launched. The network was only open to college students at the time, and we each anticipated the coveted .edu email address needed to create a profile. Immediately we began posting pictures, tagging friends in posts, and sharing about our days. Social media was the wild west of the online world, and no one was quite sure how to act. There were no blog posts about online etiquette. No podcasts about how to best…
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We must become intentional again about the spiritual war to which soul physicians are called.

Richard Dawkins’s Latest Case for Outgrowing God

Richard Dawkins’s latest atheistic tract consistently fails to engage opposing arguments and frequently falls short of the research standards