RT @NeilShenvi@twitter.com: One danger of the corporate apology is that it puts a given individual in a position that he or she cannot occupy. I am not the representative of a holy nation-state or the high priest of God’s people...I have no biblical summons to make atonement for sin.
The best new-old anachronistic music video I have seen in a long time.
I think it may also be helpful to contrast the oft used accusations.
Compassion cannot be rightly given apart from truth telling.
Power cannot be rightly exercised apart from truth telling.
Compassion at the expense of truth is unrigteousness.
Power at the expense of truth is unrighteousness.
Let the reader understand.
@codex How have things been over yonder? Any neat photos you take lately?
RT @email@example.com: My thoughts on the current drift in the meaning of the word "justice": If We Lose the Meaning of “Justice,” We Lose the Gospel https://www.str.org/blog/if-we-lose-meaning-justice-we-lose-gospel#.W6KIO5P27dc
Just saw the ad that has all this perpetual outrage on social media going on..
It is almost a great commercial. The company known best for using sweatshops turns on a dime to sell product to woke folk by implying Kapernick has sacrificed everything.
Laughable, but it has worked. Now all these woke folk are staunch Nike defenders and these flag folk in perpetual outrage mode.
Honestly, it is hilarious. But it is also sad because it all plays right into irrelevant wedge issues.
This is why the perpetual outrage machine is insane:
Jemar Tisby exhorts people to “avoid” the authors of the Statement on Social Justice and the Gospel. Unsurprisingly, I have a few thoughts in response:
Good thread on the birdsite (if only @RazorsKiss would get crossposting working!)
I'm just beside myself trying to understand these people who were all uppity about him working at Trader Joe's. I just do not understand that kind of culture.
People pay me to write firmware.
I live in the city but dream of the plains.
Credo ut intelligam.
δοῦλος Χριστοῦ Ἰησοῦ
terrafirma.space Is this thing on?