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The common seven-second delay, sometimes called the ‘profanity delay,’ was first introduced in 1952 for the live talk show Open Mic. The need for this delay was obvious. Who in their right mind would open a microphone to a complete stranger and then broadcast it around the nation? What was obvious then is less obvious today. Five decades later, and thanks to the Internet, we have essentially given everyone an open microphone. We have no filter, no seven-second delay, and we now broadcast it around the entire world.

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It’s almost as if when we discovered the ability to instantaneously communicate to anyone and everyone from behind a screen that we also decided to throw away our Bibles to explore the New World (Wide Web).

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Selfies have become an online heartbeat—a beacon of activity that isn’t given a second thought.

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Is it any wonder, with 93% of those aged 12-17 using the Internet, that there’s really no other place on earth where a lack of wisdom is more on display?

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Everyone I meet wants to know my thoughts on Apple Watch. It has almost been a week and here are my initial thoughts.

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Looking forward to this event. Will you be watching live?
We will be joined by Drs. John MacArthur and R.C. Sproul, two respected pastors and theologians with almost 100 years of combined ministry experience. We will ask them to reflect on their initial collaborations in 1970s, each other’s ministry during the subsequent decades, and what urgent issues face the church.

Worldly gimmicks fill pews. Biblical preaching fills heaven.

We all have a Masters Degree in Sin Rationalization.

It’s a good rule after reading a new book never to allow yourself another new one till you have read an old one in between. If that is too much for you, you should at least read one old one to three new ones.... Every age has its own outlook. It is especially good at seeing certain truths and especially liable to make certain mistakes. We all therefore need the books that will correct the characteristic mistakes of our own period.... None of us can fully escape this blindness, but we shall certainly increase it, and weaken our guard against it, if we read only modern books....The only palliative is to keep the clean sea breeze of the centuries blowing through our minds and this can only be done by reading old books. —C.S Lewis

Emotions change, feelings fade, but the word of God stands forever.
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