Three Questions

As I consider my upcoming attendance in the 2010 Band of Bloggers, the topic Internet Idolatry and Gospel Fidelity really stick out in my mind.

Why? Because it’s so easy to create idols using the internet and live in infidelity to the gospel.

Is this especially so over the internet? Maybe.

Which brings me to the three questions. Aaron, a fellow blogger posted Proud, Devoted and Dead in which he asked three good questions. These are good questions to consider for personal reflection for any Christian whether active on the internet or not. First, the concern:

My concern for many, myself included, is that we would find ourselves to have right doctrine, but fail to be transformed by it.

His three questions:

1. Do you speak more about what is wrong than what is right?
2. Are your words characterized by joy or anger?
3. How would your spouse, friends and coworkers answer?

Think about it…

How do you answer?
For those on-line, how would others answer about you?

How do you change?

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1 Aaron Armstrong April 8, 2010 at 7:21 am

Any luck answering these questions, Mark?

For what it’s worth, from what I’ve seen of you online, you tend to be characterized by speaking about what is right more than what you find wrong.


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