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Episode 505: Stupid Social Media & Learning to Love While Offended with Albert Tate

In a lengthy article in The Atlantic, social psychologist Jonathan Haidt explains how social media has made our entire society more stupid in the last decade, and compares the disunity it’s causing to the Tower of Babel. Phil, Skye, and Christian discuss the article and what can be done to reverse the trends.

Then, pastor Albert Tate talks about his new book, “How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation.” By sharing personal stories, Tate says we must learn to live with being offended, commit to community, and love anyway. Plus, teenage gorillas are getting too much screen time.

News Segment 0:00 - Intro and updates 3:03 - Fasting from whiteness

6:16 - Gorillas, teens, and screen time 13:35 - Stupid social media

“Why the Past 10 Years of American Live Have Been Uniquely Stupid” by Jonathan Haidt -

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Unbelievable? The Conference -

Interview with Albert Tate Albert Tate - “How We Love Matters: A Call to Practice Relentless Racial Reconciliation” -

47:51 - Interview intro 49:42 - Committing to community 53:48 - Loving while offended 1:00:07 - When to stay and when to leave 1:04:29 - Generational trauma/injustice and generational privilege 1:18:09 - Hope for the American church 1:24:48 - Credits

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