Did I not just tell them to shut up?!
When we elevate romance in our celebrations of Saint Valentine’s Day, we are doing more than supporting the manufacture of all things kitsch. We are appropriating an entirely unnecessary and entirely wonderful event in order to take our place in a tradition of romance and courtly love that points squarely to our Lord.
Again, would you Evangelicals just shut up?
Here is a helpful explanation of what it means to Twitter:
The definition was 'a short burst of inconsequential information,' and 'chirps from birds'. And that's exactly what the product was.
And this, we must conclude, is why it is so attractive to Evangelicals.
Please, please, PLEASE, stop publishing your short bursts of inconsequential information. It edifies no one, and it disturbs the peace.
TGC, this means you.
It’s very un-Pauline of you.
For words are not mere tools, neither are they mere symbols. They are representative realities; they remind us of the inevitable connection between imagination and reality. . . . The corruption of speech involves the corruption of truth, and the corruption of words means the debasement of speech which is the debasement of our most human and historic gifts.
Timothy Keller þ@timkellernyc · Feb 1
We must discern how we can affirm and challenge culture.
Ok, Jethro Bodine, you and Bethany Jenkins should get right on that. There's no time to lose.
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