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Feature Friday (8/21/15)

6600657455_976503bae2_nA new school year has begun. With teaching responsibilities that means I am getting back into that school year routine. It means I have a new batch of students to teach this year. It means a new textbook. It means a new curriculum. It means new technology. A new experience for me this year is teaching a course that is almost entirely digital. The textbook is digital. The course schedule is digital. The homework will be assigned digitally. All of this is accomplished through technology. Truth be told, we all use technology everyday; at home, at work, at school, and at play. Technology is an integral part of our lives in the 21st century. However, what are we to believe about it and how are we to behave with it, specifically as Christians? Should we reject it all outright? Should we embrace it wholeheartedly? The basic question we need to ask and answer is: How should Christians engage with technology?

Enjoy the article, have a great weekend, and as always be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day.

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Feature Friday (1/30/15)

JonahI am currently teaching a series entitled The Book. As you may guess this is a series all about God’s Word, the Bible. In the class, we are looking at what the book contains, how we got it, can we trust the book, and a few other important elements. But the study of the Bible is not unique to anything I teach in church, Sunday School, youth group, or any other opportunity I get to teach others. So I could be accused of idolizing the Bible, which is why I found this article: “Is It Possible for Christians to Idolize the Bible?”, so intriguing and yet so helpful. It gives great insight as to why the very question is an inaccurate one and raises a false dichotomy that does not and cannot exist if one truly understands what the Bible is.

Enjoy! And as always be with the Lord’s people on the Lord’s day!

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