One of the interesting things about Steve Rogers, aka Captain America, is he is a man out of time. So you watch him interact with the modern era's sensibilities. Now it takes only twenty years to feel like an anachronism. Or 20 minutes if you're a youth pastor.
The book you didn't know you needed.
What can I say about 2021? It wasn't what I expected. Covid is still making its rounds, and I'm over it on so many levels. That's all I'll say about that. I ended the last retrospect with "Despite all of this, or maybe in spite of it, I could see the Hand of God working through our lives this year. It was definitely the Year of Provision. Even when my trust wavered, God met all our needs." Put a pin in that, watch as the story of 2021 unfolds.
Last Monday we looked at the very dry area of how we can know what we know (epistemology). Why? The internet, social media, and media in general, are good at giving you memes and sound bites. No real knowledge, just information floating disconnected in your mind. And then more, and more, an information buffet. This is … Continue reading “Personal Epistemology” or How Do You Know What You Know Part 2