On any given day, someone is going to say something theologically stupid on Twitter. And by theologically stupid, I mean so nonsensically heretical that I get tempted to “can’t even,” or whatever it is the kids say these days.1
Yesterday, someone’s theologically stupid comments about the Trinity and the Bible blew up my timeline for a few minutes before everyone continued doing whatever it is they’re usually doing. I made one comment, mostly as a joke, then went on with my day. But aside from acknowledging (or not) the silly things people say, what should we do? Five things:
- Read it.
- Or don’t.
- Shut off Twitter.
- Pray the Holy Spirit corrects such nonsense.
- Go to bed.
That’s pretty much it.
- I’m 38. Therefore I am no longer with it and hip. ↵
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