Freedom and the Clash of Visions in the Age of Fracture

Freedom in the Deplatforming Era

A Handy Hub for the Past and Present

Vava's 8-in-1 USB-C Hub Works Great on Modern Computers; Just Fine on Old Ones, Too

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Freedom and the Clash of Visions in the Age of Fracture

By Jason Kettinger | Aug 07, 2020 at 10:13 AM

I read with great interest the latest column by our esteemed Editor-In-Chief. There ought to be a theoretical neutrality, at least with regard to the government, and the potential regulation of speech. We would like to believe that the cure for bad speech is not less speech, but more and better speech. We would like to believe that in a theoretically pluralistic society, the true, the good, and the beautiful will eventually win out over the false, the bad, and the ugly. The most profound question is whether these things we would like to believe have ever been true.

Steadfast: We are Eyewitnesses

By Timothy Butler | Aug 03, 2020 at 12:00 PM

Pastor Tim turns back to 2 Peter to wrap up the series “Growing” by looking at the hope we have as we look towards God’s promises being fulfilled in the future.

Freedom in the Deplatforming Era

By Timothy Butler | Jul 28, 2020 at 11:43 AM

The pandemic has been a test tube for a rapidly developing process by which social media platforms – particularly the overwhelmingly dominant Facebook, Twitter and YouTube – plow ahead with the purging of false information. There is good reason for their efforts: they created platforms that make the spread of even the craziest ideas incredibly easy. Those who oppose these fringe ideas celebrate as the platforms shred ideas deemed dangerous, but have we genuinely considered the cost?

Steadfast: We are Eyewitnesses

By Timothy Butler | Jul 27, 2020 at 1:30 PM

Feeling a bit stressed as the week starts? In our weekly Monday night Scriptural encouragement, Pastor Tim turns to 2 Peter for a reflection on God’s acting in history. If God has acted in history in the past, we can have confidence he continues to do so with the things we are presently facing.

A Handy Hub for the Past and Present

By Timothy Butler | Jul 24, 2020 at 2:54 PM

After hanging onto my trust (and non-butterfly keyboard equipped) 15” MacBook Pro for five years, when Apple finally ditched the butterfly keyboard and offered perhaps the most impressive Mac upgrade since 2012’s Retina MacBook Pro, I knew it was time to upgrade. Coming from the long forgotten days of 2015 into the present of 2020 means buying totally into USB-C and that meant I was going to face some growing pains with a new system. A good USB-C hub makes the move much easier.