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TikTok application icon on iPhone. By chathuporn/Stock.Adobe.com

What is the TikTok “ban”?

In the background, the Twitter bird logo appears on a computer monitor. In the foreground, the X logo is seen on a black phone screen. By Rokas/stock.adobe.com

The surprising reason “Christ is King” was trending

A hand holds a smartphone showing the Meta company logo in front of a screen showing the Facebook logo. Meta owns Facebook. By ink drop/stock.adobe.com

Meta announces it will label AI-generated content: How to have wisdom for the modern age

A lonely man sits by a window with his elbows on a table, his head downcast, his hands folded in front of his forehead, an illustration of the loneliness caused by the friendship recession. By pathdoc/stock.adobe.com

If you’re suffering from the “friendship recession,” you’re not alone

A group of four Gen Z young adults sit next to each other, each one looking at their phone, and each person's head is covered by an emoji. By rzoze19/stock.adobe.com

Is Gen Z a lost cause for the church?

President Joe Biden signs an executive on artificial intelligence (AI) in the East Room of the White House, Monday, Oct. 30, 2023, in Washington. Vice President Kamala Harris looks on at right. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Is “safe, secure, and trustworthy” AI possible? Biden issues Executive Order on artificial intelligence

Two microphones on a pulpit in front of an LGBTQ+ rainbow flag. By niyazz/stock.adobe.com.

Andy Stanley’s controversial Unconditional Conference and how to live biblically in a post-Christian culture

How to be a good citizen of heaven and America: A conversation with Jim Denison

Two young women simle while enjoying coffee at a coffeeshop. By Jacob Lund/stock.adobe.com. What is the secret to happiness?

Harvard’s Arthur C. Brooks on the secret to happiness

Two people pointing at each other in argument

What is whataboutism? And why is it so dangerous to public discourse?

An illustration of a half-digital, half-human brain, indicative of the merging of artificial intelligence with our daily lives. © By peshkova/stock.adobe.com

AI can read your mind and help the paralyzed walk: Should we be afraid?

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy testifies before the Senate Finance Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington, on Feb. 8, 2022. The Surgeon General is warning there is not enough evidence to show that social media is safe for young people — and is calling on tech companies, parents and caregivers to take "immediate action to protect kids now."

US Surgeon General releases advisory on teens and social media warning of “profound risks” to kids

A lonely young woman stares out of a rainy window. © By Africa Studio/stock.adobe.com. Per the US Surgeon General's office, loneliness “can increase the risk of premature death to levels comparable to smoking daily.”

Why is loneliness as dangerous as smoking?

FILE - Talk show host Jerry Springer speaks in New York on April 15, 2010. Springer, the former Cincinnati mayor and news anchor whose namesake TV show unleashed strippers, homewreckers and skinheads to brawl and spew obscenities on weekday afternoons, has died. He was 79. A family spokesperson said that he died Thursday at home in suburban Chicago. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

What the life and legacy of Jerry Springer reveals about our culture today

Woman using her phone at night, addicted to social media

Should Christians use social media? Chris Martin discusses “The Wolf in Their Pockets” 

A smartphone displaying the TiTok logo sits atop a Chinese flag and an American flag, illustrative of the long-discussed TikTok ban that may occur in the US. © By Joaquin Corbalan/stock.adobe.com

Will the US ban TikTok? Listening for God amidst the noise of the world

Stock photo: In the foreground, a man clasps his hands in prayer over an open Bible while another pair of hands is open in prayer. A guitarist and another person in prayer with an open Bible are in the background. Similar scenes are occurring at the revival in Asbury and beyond. © By Pcess609/stock.adobe.com

The viral revival at Asbury reveals Gen Z’s unique approach to faith and spirituality

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

The social media problem: A conversation with Dr. Katie Frugé

The Denison Forum Podcast discusses timely news and relevant topics with biblical insight. Hosted by Dr. Mark Turman and featuring Dr. Jim Denison, plus guests on occasion, this weekly, discussion-oriented podcast will help Christians further develop a biblical worldview on current events, equipping them to be salt and light for Christ.

What are the “He gets us” Super Bowl commercials about? A conversation with Director of Generosity Phil Boone

Stock photo: A businesswoman uses a megaphone to shout at her open laptop. © Kaspars Grinvalds /stock.adobe.com

How to fight against the Age of Outrage

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The fate of giants: How Facebook’s decline mirrors problems in today’s church

Viral social media app BeReal bucks “inauthentic” Instagram and TikTok

The art of conversation may be in decline, but it’s not dead—yet

Queen Elizabeth will not attend today’s Service of Thanksgiving due to “some discomfort”

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