A Puritan’s Guide to Social Media

Take a trip with me back to the 1600’s. We’re looking for advice for our texts, tweets, posts, pins and comments.

 

“The nature and end of judgment or sentence
must be corrective, not vindictive;
for healing, not destruction.”
John Owen (1616-1683)
A Puritan Golden Treasury

 

It’s simple, really.

Corrective and healing – [send]
Vindictive and destructive – [delete]

And you thought those old dudes where outdated and irrelevant. 

 

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4 Responses to A Puritan’s Guide to Social Media

  1. Old school RULES, dude!

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