The Public Record We Make


This article crossed my RSS feed as I was reviewing an old blog conversation in preparation for an upcoming post on Lutheran identity. It is significant to think about and understand the public record we make when we blog, comment on blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc. Whether or not you Twitter, if you are reading this, you are effected: this article will cause some sober reflection, I am sure.

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Another opportunity to pause, pray, and meditate on the gracious and merciful action of God through His Son, Jesus Christ.