Ep 96: Can we Talk Civilly?

Over the past 10 years, social media use has exploded and provided people with platforms to voice their thoughts and ideas, even criticisms of the thoughts and ideas of others. How do we navigate such criticism? Or differentiate criticism from critique? On this Ephesiology Podcast, Andrew, Matt, and Michael talk about the need for us to constructively critique ideas rather than the unnecessary and destructive criticism that often characterizes contemporary discourse. If we are going to make any progress in a conversation that focuses on what comes after evangelicalism, we will need to learn the art of respectful conversation.

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