Frank Viola and I connected online to record this conversation via zoom.us, a tool I am finding very helpful. We spoke about how to approach the Internet, and especially how to approach the arguments that occur online. We spoke about the risks and benefits of social media. God’s people do not stop being his people when they launch an Internet browser. Exploring together how God would want us to behave in this brave new world is vital.
The conversation was at times humourous, and at times Frank was really quite kind towards me, I tried to reciprocate as best I could but I think I don’t have his smooth tongue! There is no video as I think Frank is camera shy! But the audio is well worth a listen whether you are totally new to social media, or are a veteran.
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