For someone that has touted all the good about social media, I have come to this startling conclusion: I'm tired of Facebook. Actually, I'm not totally tired of Facebook. It's allowed me to connect with friends that I haven't had contact with in years. No, what I'm tired of is the moralizing that goes on. ... Continue Reading →
My thoughts these days are drifting towards relationships, or the lack thereof in churches. I've been thinking about this in light of a recent blog post on CivilPolitics.org on the dearth of cross-party friendships. The post linked to a longer article in the Chronicle of Higher Education on the issue. The author, Neil Gross notes... Continue Reading →
It turns out that I had one of the most popular posts on Christian Century's Network Blogs in 2011! I just happened to stumble on it. The post was about the church as a social network and why it needs to be more than that. You can read the post by going here.