Help Paul Find His Friends

A student in my Paul class is making a Facebook profile for Paul the Apostle. And since I sent “him” a friend request, I recently saw this greeting me on Facebook: [Read more...]

Yours Are The Tweets Through Which Love Touches This World

HT Kissing Fish on Facebook. Here is what Meredith Gould originally wrote, based on what Teresa of Avila wrote, and on which the video above is based: Christ Has No Online Presence but Yours Christ has no online presence but yours, No blog, no Facebook page but yours, Yours are the tweets through which love [Read More...]

Status Update

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Happy Easter, Facebook Style!

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Tempted In Every Way As We Are

Hebrews 4:15 says that Jesus was “tempted in every way as we are – yet without sin.” I had someone mention to me a book which suggested that this must have included same-sex attraction, since otherwise Jesus was not tempted in every way the author was. This seems to take things too far – in [Read More...]

The Ultimate Rejection

Via Bob Cargill on Facebook [Read more...]

God and George Takei Agree

Both of these were in my Facebook feed last night, and so it seemed worth sharing them together. In case you have missed the news, Fred Phelps, founder of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church, has been excommunicated from that church and is said to be near death.   [Read more...]

Jesus’ Facebook Look Back Video

Hemant Mehta shared this irreverent Facebook look back video for Jesus. I think it shows the real harm that popular forms of conservative Christianity has done to the reputation of Jesus. What kinds of things are included in the “look back”? Alleged miracles, for the most part, including especially more recent ones like appearing on [Read More...]

I Have Altered the Facebook

Lots of people have been posting about the fact that Facebook only shows a small fraction of people who “like” something on Facebook the updates on that particular page. And so it reminded me of this image, which was made in response to a previous time that Facebook changed things, but which seems just as [Read More...]

Happy Religious Freedom Day!

The presidential proclamation would not have been enough. It took Facebook to make me aware of it. [Read more...]

Like

So apparently now you can “like” things not only beyond Facebook, but even on paper. I wonder how many educators will/would use this stamp, and why or why not… UPDATE: Someone asked about a “dislike” stamp. Apparently there is indeed a set of Like and Dislike Stamps and you can buy them from Amazon.com! Here’s a [Read More...]


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