Social Networks

Technology As Source Of Evil

I shouldn’t be speechless, but I am. Tip – Emphasis added:

Should teenagers and others in the Church express themselves to the
world through blogs?
Because of the obvious dangers; the clear biblical
principles that apply; the fact that it gives one a voice; that it is
almost always idle words; that teens often do not think before they do; that it is acting out of boredom; and it is filled with appearances of evil—blogging is simply not to be done in the Church. It should be clear that it is unnecessary and in fact dangerous on many levels.

Let me emphasize that no one—including adults—should have a blog or personal website (unless it is for legitimate business purposes).

So who are these folks? They claim to be "the only website on earth that explains the truth of virtually every biblical doctrine" and believe that we are in the "seventh and final era of God’s Church, with many members scattering into “splinters” of varying beliefs." Note that their website is run with blogging software – ah but that’s a "legitimate business purpose" (see the home page).

By Kathy E. Gill

Digital evangelist, speaker, writer, educator. Transplanted Southerner; teach newbies to ride motorcycles! @kegill

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