If you want to see the dark side of humanity, just log onto social media. But how should a Christian react when the comment section gets ‘spicy’?
Should he take the high road and offer civil debate?
Should he troll them back?
Jump into the mud with them and trade punches?
Where is the ‘beginning of wisdom’ when it comes to Social Media? If you’ve ever wondered how to draw those lines, you’re in for a treat. Because that is the topic on-deck for today’s show.
The internet is a freaky place of anonymity and insults by keyboard warriors who, in real life, are probably gutless wonders. Rich and Doug discuss what to do when some demonic pissant comes at you.
About not taking the ‘fight’ personally. (If you’re not laughing at these internet clowns you’re probably doing it wrong.)
How being ‘mean’ actually helps the life of a wayward soul. (Remember the woman at the well? Here’s a great modern example far too many thumbsucking believers wouldn’t have the stones to say.)
What to say to people hiding behind a fake name.
Rich’s axiom to live by about public versus private confrontation. The one that begins with “Get stupid publicly…”
What Jesus’ policy about Jesus hammering someone in public REALLY looked like.
For those of you in business, the opening conversation is one that every employee should hear, and every employer should play for his employees… if they really want to compete in today’s business environment.
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