We live in a society in which admitting one’s own sins is seen as a sign of weakness.
The World Cup champion says: “Father, it was much more than I could ever imagined. Thank you! I’m now ready for the next journey. In Jesus’ name, Amen”.
The internet, smartphones, social media, instant messaging and other related technologies have had a dramatic impact on the way we communicate over the last 20 years, and therefore fundamentally how we relate to one another.
An anonymous translator reworked the King James Version of the bible using Unicode emoji, as well as common internet abbreviations and slang.
Social media users share great ‘Aurora Borealis’ pictures.
Running away in the opposite direction would attract attention, so we pass our lives silently escaping forward.
Picture the scene. You are a young, enthusiastic, wannabe politician with wonderful gifts. You are duly selected as the prospective candidate for your local constituency. And then it begins.
“Parents need to step into their children’s world and start knowing and using technology… being nostalgic about the good old times simply doesn’t help”, believes expert Cosmin Cret.
Three days of metro lockdown and public forces operations in the capital of Europe. An assessment on the situation of a city invaded by soldiers and journalists (and social media users).
“The righteous shall live by faith.” It represents the ultimate summary of the Reformation, as well as a synthesis of the Bible.
Expert Steve Lowisz on how social media affect journalism, education, law enforcement and other areas of society.
Alejandro Cao, the regime’s Delegate for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, attacks evangelicals on Twitter.
Many consider that the level of commitment that Jesus asks of his followers is simply too extreme and unrealistic for today’s society. Following someone on Twitter is as far as many of us are willing to go.
A Turkish court banned access to Twitter and YouTube for failing to remove content related to a deadly hostage crisis last week.
A study has found that hundreds tweet more than 150 messages per day. One in five ISIS supporters write in the English language.