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A La Carte (3/9)

To Tweet or Not to Tweet - Should we tweet during a sermon? If so, how is that different from taking notes in a notebook? Here are some questions this author is asking—the kinds of questions we come up with in this digital world.

Calling Men - Mary Kassian was calling men for International Women’s Day (which took place yesterday).

Why Imposters Love the Church - “The New Testament warns us, of course, about spiritual impostors. Sometimes these ‘wolves’ are there to introduce subtly false doctrine. But, just as often, it seems, these spiritual carnivores hold to true doctrine, at least on the surface. But they use this doctrine and service for predatory ends.”

The Costliest Tweets - Back to social media—here is a roundup of some of the costliest tweets ever made. It’s amazing how much damage you can do with just 140 characters.

Credo Magazine - A new issue of Credo magazine is now available.

A Day in the Internet - When you see just how much we rely on the Internet, it’s amazing to consider that just a few years ago it didn’t exist at all. It’s tough to imagine a world without it or to remember the world before it.

No man ever fell into error through being too watchful. —C.H. Spurgeon