#FaithandCulture Reading: Logan and Jake Paul, Parenting and Technology, Reading Plans, Transgender Debate

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Every week, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we highlight important articles from Chris Martin, Kristin Brown, Julie Masson, Scott Hildreth and Owen Strachan.

Parents, Please Don’t Let Your Kids Watch Logan and Jake Paul

Logan and Jake Paul’s YouTube videos receive millions of views every day, mostly from children. But Chris Martin pleads with parents not to let them watch their videos. He writes,

I do not presume to know how to parent better than you, but I beg of you: please do not let your children or young people you know watch Logan and Jake Paul, and please exercise caution about what sort of entertainment your children are consuming on social media. Read More>>

Recommended Faith & Work Reading Plans for 2018

Over at The Institute for Faith Work and Economics, Kristin Brown writes,

Because we know many of our readers are busy people who probably need more margin in their lives, IFWE has created a number of shorter reading options to help connect you to this greater purpose of work, and we pray, create more margin and less burnout. Read More>>

4 Ways to Set Safe Parameters on your Children’s Internet Devices

Julie Masson offers practical tips to help parents steward their children’s devices in this article at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. She writes,

I do hope you were wise when you gave your child a device this Christmas. 2018 is here, and it’s likely this new year will bring even more technological change. Here are some basic steps you can take to make sure you are protecting your children during their time on a device. Read More>>

Making 2018 a Missionary Year

Scott Hildreth of Southeastern Seminary’s Center for Great Commission Studies encourages you to pursue missions in 2018. He writes,

The coming of a new year gives us all a chance to evaluate our lives and make adjustments so we can keep our bearings throughout the chaos of life. Read More>>

Truth for a Transitioning Time: Andrew Walker’s God and the Transgender Debate

In December, we published our review of Andrew Walker’s God and the Transgender Debate. Here’s Owen Strachan’s take on this important book. He writes,

Walker analyzes the philosophy behind the LGBTQ movement, rightly identifying it as fundamentally centered in the autonomous self. He straightforwardly lodges major concerns about a self-directed hermeneutic: ‘it turns out the self is not such a good place to look to for authority, knowledge, and trustworthiness.’ He is surely right, and this is the broad-based point that must be made in debates over issues of this kind. Read More>>


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