Shane Vander Hart discusses how Christians should engage social media, promote civility, and discern fake news with veteran Christian blogger Joe Carter.
Fred Phelps, Sr. is dead at age 84. Jonas Cutler wrote earlier this week responding to news that the founder of Westboro Baptist Church which is, what Joe Carter accurately described, a Christian-based family cult. So I debated whether I would write something as well. Just a few brief thoughts. Somebody’s death is not a […]
In case you haven’t see this here is the video of the speech that the “anti-bullying” advocate Dan Savage gave at the National High School Journalism Conference sponsored by the Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press association. He was supposed to give a talk on bullying, but CitizenLink reports students were given an […]
I noted last week that Congressman Wilson’s outburst during the Joint Session of Congress was inappropriate and that he did the right thing in apologizing. Not everyone agreed with that assessment, and that’s fine. I also noted the hypocrisy that the Democrats were showing by not dropping the issue. Yesterday they pushed the envelope further. […]
I have been disappointed by the venom that I have seen from conservative pundits when it comes to their treatment of Governor Mike Huckabee. I know that he shouldn’t get a pass and that his record is up for scrutiny just like any other candidate, but the attacks toward Governor Huckabee has been over-the-top and […]
Joe Carter at The Evangelical Outpost wrote a great post providing a rebuttal of the National Review Online’s hit piece on Mike Huckabee. Updated – 11/21 – I discovered the link to Joe’s post was bad so I fixed it. Sorry about that! Technorati Tags: Joe Carter , Mike Huckabee , National Review Online Share […]