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Can the Church Benefit from Blogs?

Can the Church Benefit from Blogs?

In this video clip, Tim Challies defines exactly how the church can gain from blog sites. This video clip initially showed up on Read the records right here:
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t w - posted on February 10, 2020 9:32 am

— So True — 🖒

Marjie Young - posted on February 11, 2020 5:28 pm

"Immediacy can communicate our depravity…"

On the flip side it can also allow heresy to rage like wildfires, seemingly unchecked, not that heresy doesn't rage rampantly without this kind of format already. But it seems like people with no theological background are just using this kind of platform to flood social media and propagate their own biblically unsupported or even heretical ideas as truth. I'm seeing a lot of confusion out there. Can the Church see the need to equip themselves to outpace this trend to capitalize on the benefits of online resources? I think so and I also think, in a way, this outlet for heresy is a good thing because it forces the church to address these false teachings once again which provides much needed clarification of solid biblical foundations.

Michael Stanley - posted on February 24, 2020 5:52 am

What about those which turn off all comments? No questions allowed…no answers given…no help, just more frustration.
The comment section has a place for shallow minds that like simple one-liners, and pride usually limits humble truths being even examined! (Ps.149:4)

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