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This is a too-common experience: “Back when I was a college student, I had a lot of Christian friends who struggled with porn addiction. The key word here is ‘struggle’. In one group of men, there were a few running jokes about it. Instead of asking, ‘Did you look at porn this week?’ it was, So uh, how many times did you look at porn this week or today?’”
I found this fascinating.
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Every technology comes with benefits and drawbacks. When it comes to navigation apps, we are beginning to understand some of the significant weaknesses.
Terence Corcoran covers one of the concerns I’ve got when it comes to young people today. “What are we doing to children? Kids of all ages are growing up as anxious political activists, appearing in the media as representatives of causes and ideologies, participating in strikes, walkouts, speaking engagements, lectures and ideological battles over issues they cannot possibly understand.”
Sports Illustrated has the long, sad, and winding story of a scam artist who targeted famous (and rich) athletes.
I enjoyed this just for the joy of reading it.
Michael Kruger answers the question.
At a recent Ask Me Anything event in India, I was asked if I felt Christians often disconnected their entertainment choices from their faith, especially in the area of watching Hollywood and Bollywood films. Here is my response.
The glory of the gospel—not the neediness of mankind—is the self-sustaining fuel for global missions. —Andy Johnson