If the Christian community cannot walk this line of piety and discernment, it will find itself upholding a theology that condemns everyone, without calling into question whether the church is building community or destroying it.
I popped a Vyvanse to push past the fatigue, and headed out for a midday bar-hopping Tinder date.
Christians pretending that there’s a separation of Church and state is par for the course, but Christians choosing to bash other religions in an effort to discredit them while at the same time sensationalizing themselves is particularly wild.
Our breadsticks are for smart children. Not you.
I was a digital serf, a laborer toiling on the data aggregation farm of the oligarchs in San Francisco. My reward was but a pittance, a small hit of dopamine in exchange for every single marketable fact about my existence.
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused an immense amount of pain, fear, and disappointment in the institutions that many of us trusted at one point in our lives. Instead of mocking this fear and skepticism, we need to look at where it comes from. And for members of academic institutions, we need to examine our own failures in creating lasting trust.