Something New under the Sun: Hyper-Reality and Pornography – Christian Article

In a 2018 piece in New York Magazine, Max Read inquired, “How much of the internet is fake?” He asked this not so much about factual content or so-called “fake news,” but rather because “studies generally suggest that, year after year, less than 60 percent of web traffic is human; some years, according to some researchers, a healthy majority of it is bot.” Nonetheless, that observation carries deep implications for the possibilities of truth and its perception, beyond the mere…

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Is our social media presence edifying and Christlike? – End Times Christian Article

By Elizabeth Prata I love the Redeeming Productivity blog and podcast. Here is the author, Reagan Rose’s summary of its raison d’être: A Christian Approach to Getting Stuff Done- timeThis is Redeeming Productivity, a blog and podcast, where we talk about technology, techniques, and theology in the light of the Bible, to help Christians get more done and glorify God in how they do it. I find his voice soothing and his material Christ honoring and useful for the everyday…

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Happenings: Favorites of the Decade from CAPC Staff – Christian Article

As the calendar winds down and eases from one year to the next, many of us turn nostalgic. We wonder where the time went and reflect over the ways we spent the past 365 days. Maybe it’s a matter of clicking through the photos we snapped or reviewing our goals or taking note of what we’ve read or listened to or watched or laughed at. Remembering is a way of marking time and seeing how various ideas and experiences have…

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On the Third Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Three Memes a-Meme-ing – Christian Article

For each day of Twelvetide, Christ and Pop Culture writers will point to some of the cultural goodness that gives hope in the midst of life’s messyness. It’s our version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song, filled with things our writers have found to be life-giving. Some entries are 2018 artifacts, some are from years past. All of them point us to hope. It’s been two and a half years since I “retired” as the internet culture critic for this…

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On the Sixth Day of Christmas, CAPC Gave to Me: Six Podcasters Podding – Christian Article

For each day of Twelvetide, Christ and Pop Culture writers will point to some of the cultural goodness that gives hope in the midst of life’s messyness. It’s our version of the “Twelve Days of Christmas” song, filled with things our writers have found to be life-giving. Some entries are 2018 artifacts, some are from years past. All of them point us to hope. According to Entrepreneur Magazine, one in four Americans listens to at least one podcast a month. Whether…

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Has Your Child Been Looking at Bad Stuff Online? – Christian Article

What does a parent do when they catch their young child looking at inappropriate stuff online? I have been asked this one many times and in many ways and wanted to take a crack at answering it. Here is the Circle device we use in our home. Transcript Over the years there’s an email I’ve gotten many times, it’s a conversation I’ve had at conferences, it’s one I’ve had with friends, at church. It’s one that comes up a lot…

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