In Episode 27, we kick things off with two appetizers. First, we discuss Donald Trump’s apparent mistake at Liberty University as he says “Two Corinthians” instead of “Second Corinthians.” Is it appropriate for Christians to laugh at his seeming ignorance of Scripture? (If that’s what it was).
Second, we briefly touch on Rand Paul’s decision to boycott the undercard debate last week and the media attention he’s getting from that decision. As we head into the Iowa Caucuses, it’s becoming apparent that not much is going to change on the debate stage. It’s up to voters now to start swinging the momentum.
In our main topic, we are joined by Derek Mast and Ben Robins from the Tech Reformation Podcast as well as friend, fo-Laborer, and businesspartner at Renewal.Media Pastor Len Flack. We discuss whether or not “biblical” church can be done completely online and where technology may be taking the local church in the next five to ten years.
We only scratch the service of this subject but it is well worth the time to whet your appetite.
Links from Episode 27
Tech Reformation Podcast
Tech Reformation Podcast Slack Community
North Country Fellowship Church Website
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