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Sensationalism At Your Fingertips

A new phenomenon is occurring in American society today — “Smartphone Sensationalism.” The smartphone sensationalism technological side effect that we are witnessing in our troubled society today is quite troublesome. 455 more words


Billy Sunday, Part 4: Spiraling Manward

by Tom Nettles

(See also Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3 of this series.)

Sunday’s suspicion of theology led to a heightened emphasis on the effectuality of decision. 155 more words

Church History

The Difference Between Notoriety and Noteworthy: A Comparative Reflection on Political Dramas

ABC’s Scandal is my guilty pleasure. Really, I feel guilty, if not a strong sense of self-loathing, when I indulge in every single 40-minute romp of an episode of the political drama. 1,605 more words

Elizabeth McCord

Billy Sunday, Part 3: Jack Rabbits and Creeds

by Tom Nettles

(See also Part 1 and Part 2, of this series.)

Among the public impressions that gave Billy Sunday such popular appeal was his vigorous support of Woodrow Wilson’s war effort. 160 more words

Church History

Yes, She had a Marilyn Moment

Yes, she had a Marilyn Monroe moment. And that many girls and ladies have. What makes it a headline grabber, or news at the first place? 329 more words


God spare me from propaganda, or not...

This is a tough post to write, because I don't want to link to the article that touched me off. It's one thing to be interested and respectful, but another to bitch and moan. 487 more words


Billy Sunday, Part 2 – By Any Means Whatever

by Tom Nettles

(Here’s part 1.)

Billy Sunday obviously had read Charles Finney, considered him one of the great and courageous men of the Christian church, and expressed as his own conviction a paraphrase of Finney’s view of revival. 172 more words

Church History