What do Elon Musk, the Georgia Guidestones, whether Christians should get into politics, and JD Hall have in common? We’re going to talk about all of them on this episode. That’s what.
Big Tech has been picking winners and losers for a generation now – more specifically, for my generation that came into young adulthood of our 20’s and 30’s during the Internet Age.
It occurs to me the more I consider this that the truth in our day is much like the plot of a dystopian piece of science fiction. How else do you explain the double-speak and double-think?
Some Billie Jean and Rick Astley combined with perhaps too much lemonade, but made their telling of the whole business pure comedic gold, and their mother and I laughed until we cried.
Radical Leftists at Twitter may be sick to their stomachs. Many will doubtless stage walkouts and strikes, and some may even resign. To that I say, ‘Good riddance.’
In serving the Lord, we embrace the Dominion Mandate to “be fruitful and multiply, fill the Earth and subdue it.” And as it turns out, trusting the science is on our side.
The point is not to hitch our hope-wagon to the horse of South African billionaires. The point is that men like Musk see in Christians a bulwark for civilization against Wokism.