Jared Belcher, Ben Shoun, & Brett Moore
In 2013, the average American adult spent 5 hours a day online, most of which was on social media sites. Whether Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, or Pinterest, the way we connect with other people is more digital than ever. In this episode, Jared Belcher, Ben Shoun, and Brett Moore discuss the benefits and dangers of social media and ask, when is too much too much?
Further Thinking Thru
It may sound crazy at first, but think about it: Is it possible that we're having too much fun? This is the issue we are addressing on this week's episode of the 10 Minute Think Thru.
Netflix's original show, 13 Reasons Why, has become wildly popular, especially among teenagers. Recently, a parent asked us our thoughts and whether we thought teens should be allowed to watch it.
In our media-rich culture, it is completely logical that many wonderful, Christian men and women are well known by millions of fans. But what kind of questions should we have about who we follow, "Christian" or otherwise?
How far will a casino let you go to get every last cent out of you? The answer, perhaps not surprisingly, is disturbing.
Be careful what you tweet - it could destroy your life or someone else's.
In light of the protest of Colin Kaepernick and his refusal to stand for the national anthem, we consider the cultural relationship between Christianity and Americanism.