5 Ways To Be Christian, Political, and Not an Idiot on Facebook


1) Listen. Think.  Listen more.  Think more. Speak (maybe).

Sometimes it’s better not to go straight to keyboard warrior mode after seeing something disagreeable.  Consider your source. If people are being obviously idiotic, don’t run in and slop around with  them. Walk away. If the conversation has substance (and so merits an intelligent contribution) make sure your contribution is intelligent — know what they are talking about (and what you are about to add). If you don’t, you are heading straight into the natural habitat of the common stupidious idioticus.

My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry… – James 1:19

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Kris is a valued contributor to the publication. His thoughtful insight into the logic of human jurisdictional systems provides a focused clarity for understanding the events impacting our world. Kris is an ordained pastor currently finishing up his Ph.D in Organizational Leadership.