Social media was designed to bring us together, yet it drives us further apart more than anything else.
Unfortunately, many Christians are fueling online incivility. Others are leaving social media altogether after feeling burned out by perpetual outrage and constant shame-filled comparison. How should Christians behave in this digital age, and is there a better way?
Daniel Darling believes we need an approach that applies biblical wisdom to our engagement with social media, an approach that neither retreats from modern technology, nor ignores the harmful ways in which Christians often engage publicly.
In essence, he believes we can and should use our online conversations for good.
- Ever Learning, Never Arriving
- Slow to Tweet, Quick to Listen, Quick to Get the Whole Story
- Biting and Devouring
- You Shouldn't Be Teachers
- More Highly Than We Ought
- Act Justly, Love Mercy, Post Humbly
- Whatsoever Is True
- As Much As Possible
- An Analog Church in a Digital Age
- The Internet for Good