@bogart that’s awesome. Congrats!
@jeffreyince welcome! I hope you enjoy micro.blog as much as I have! Way better than FB or Twitter!
@ReaderJohn ooooh, this looks like an interesting tool! I might give it a try.
@marmanold Hallelujah! Steele Baby #2 is arriving within the next month, and we're a bit anxious about giving birth in a pandemic...
@mwerickson yes. I suppose what I’m mainly looking for are equivalently accessible resources that address (1) the biblical and theological reasons for opposing racism (although NT Wright’s talk is excellent and quite accessible, so maybe I’m covered there) and (2) alll the stuff going around about Critical Race Theory and Culutural Marxism.
@mwerickson I love Jennings book! But I’m looking for like blog posts and YouTube videos. As simple as possible.
@mwerickson nice roundup!
@nathanrhale nice. I’m slowly working my way through that book as well!
@toddgrotenhuis thermite! Things just got real. Lol.
@ChrisJWilson I would buy a “seize the memes of production!” t-shirt. (Ahem, that’s how capitalist I am...)
@joelmearig exactly. And the leaders should be setting a good example. Unfortunately, at least in my circles, I see the leaders setting a particularly bad example when it comes to online discourse.
@ayjay Ah, OK, I finally found it under "Advanced Filters." Thanks!
@ayjay just curious, how do you have your Twitter set up so that you can only see replies from people you follow?
@jonrjordan deleted some apps after reading this! You’re not kidding about how they creep back up on you!
@JohnPhilpin lol, I could give you some names...
@Bruce Ah I see. That makes sense. I’m coming at this from from a theologically conservative Anglican perspective. Some of us conservative Anglicans are trying to oppose racism and advocate for social justice for biblical and theological reasons, and we’re getting condemned as Critical Race Theorists, Cultural Marxists, etc. by other conservatives.
@nathanrhale it’s very frustrating when those who know better refuse to show charity to their opponents’ views. I’ve been very disappointed by McDermott lately in this regard. I don’t know anyone in the ACNA who holds the views he’s recently critiqued on WO and race.
@Bruce Sure, here are two I've come across. One is more critical: www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/i... The other urges Christians to do a better job understanding CRT: faithfullymagazine.com/critical-...
@ReaderJohn wait is/was that guy in the ACNA??
@JMaxB lol "Critical Race Theory." Apologies! Was trying to get in under 280 characters
@JMaxB no not immediately. I want to be a pastoral theologian, but I plan to pursue pastoral ministry instead of a full-time teaching career
@mwerickson I started using Inoreader and I’ve enjoyed it.