Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media: False Dichotomy, the Bane of Modern Debate

Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media: False Dichotomy, the Bane of Modern Debate

Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media, PART 1: 14 Quick Tips for Better Online Interactions Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media, PART 2: 5 Common Logical Mistakes to Avoid Logical Fallacy: False Dichotomy Picking up right where we left off… A false dichotomy is another logical fallacy that I see regularly used in online debates. … Continue reading

The Importance of Family Discipleship (w/ Book Review)

The Importance of Family Discipleship (w/ Book Review)

“Discipling your child is not primarily your church’s job, your child’s school’s job, or your pastor’s job. This job is yours,” Matt Chandler and Adam Griffin write in their book Family Discipleship: Leading Your Home through Time, Moments, and Milestones. And they’re absolutely right. In our consumerist and busy culture, parents often “outsource” the spiritual … Continue reading

Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media: 5 Common Logical Mistakes to Avoid

Stop Being an %$#@& on Social Media: 5 Common Logical Mistakes to Avoid

PART 1: Stop Being a %$#&@ Online: 14 Quick Tips for Better Online Interactions Not everyone is motivated by logic. And when that’s the case, all communication breaks down. Just like there are laws of physics that are undeniable, there are also laws of logic. The Christian worldview believes there’s a divine intelligence behind creation, … Continue reading

Stop Being a %$#&@ Online: 14 Quick Tips for Better Online Interactions

Stop Being a %$#&@ Online: 14 Quick Tips for Better Online Interactions

OK, I get it. You have opinions and you want everyone to know them. I get it. You look at what’s going on in the world and you don’t like it. I get it. The things people are posting in your feed are alarming. I get it.  But I also can’t help noticing that no … Continue reading

Yes, Let’s Talk About Systematic Racism. So It’s Time to Talk About Planned Parenthood.

Yes, Let’s Talk About Systematic Racism. So It’s Time to Talk About Planned Parenthood.

In a letter to Clarence Gamble, a man who favored sterilizing welfare recipients (more about him below), Margret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, wrote about her 1939 “Negro Project,” which promoted contraceptives to southern African Americans:  “It seems to me from my experience where I have been in North Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee and Texas, that … Continue reading