N.T. Wright on Blogging and Social Media via Bill Kinnon

The intersection of life and faith has long hit the social media bug. Tweeting spiritual thoughts, quotes, Scripture in 140 characters or less continues to be a wave to catch for many. N.T. Wright suggests the danger of isolation lies at precarious turns when we fail to act on the “content” we allege is “feeding” us.

It is also worth a mention that isolation also plays heavily into the lack of community and the way in which the community holds us accountable. What are your thoughts?

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