We’ve covered a lot of ground this past week, but there were some stray thoughts that didn’t quite fit into any one category. I’ve gathered them here.
Gatekeeping is the practice of controlling what information gets out to the general public. However, in an age where we can choose our own news, who are the real gatekeepers, and what (or who) is being kept out?
Numbers always tell the truth, but the people who use them don’t. Here’s how misapplication of statistics has shaped the debate surrounding Black Lives Matter, the NFL, and the national anthem.
Ever felt like someone was talking past you? Ever realized the person you were talking to was only familiar with the most extreme version of your views? Tired of discussions devolving into personal jabs? The NFL debate and the Black Lives Matter debate are an interesting test case here.
Words often carry different meanings to different people. The NFL national anthem debate may hinge on how you define a few “simple” words.
Every argument boils down to two basic parts, but there’s a third unstated portion that can create a lot of issues.
I’ve been teaching argument professionally for a while now, and it’s made me the most annoying Facebook friend ever. There’s a lot of misinformation and confusion surrounding the NFL right now, so le’ts break it down. (Part 1 of 7)
While I don’t think inadequate sex ed, the Billy Graham Rule, and church gossip somehow caused Harvey Weinstein, there is a common thread there.
I know we’re already moving on to other news stories, but Las Vegas made me ask a question I can’t seem to shake off: Why are we so fascinated with monsters?
October will be a full month! Beer & Hymns, StoryHouse, Faith Shift, and a little thing called BREW THEOLOGY! Check out this post for updates and details on each!