A Christian's guide to online politics and polarisation
- Michael's Facebook post about those who attacked Greta Thunberg for her Asperger's syndrome
- The Age of Surveillance Capitalism by Shoshana Zuboff review – we are the pawns
- Michael's article: Through a Glass Darkly: Social Media and the Paradox of Virtual Intimacy
- Matt Anslow responds to Megan's article 'Social media spirituality': Social media and engaging rightly: in conversation with Megan Powell du Toit
- Megan's articles: Social media spirituality and How to negotiate the gender divide on social media
- Social media and the SSM plebiscite: a how-to guide
- Bible verse: James 3:5
- The Guardian's review – The Madness of Crowds by Douglas Murray review – a rightwing diatribe
- Fact checking sites: Media Bias Fact Check, Associated Press Fact Check and Poynter International Fact Checking Network
- epistemologically - relating to a branch of philosophy that studies how we know things
- polemic - an aggressive attack on or defence of a particular opinion
- Jan Fran’s Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as her website
- Jane Caro's Twitter page
- Julia Baird's Twitter page
- Jan Fran's video ScoMo: Scared of women? Or doesn't want to give up power?
- Jan Fran's video The Frant: Gender Wage Gap
- The Wife Drought – Why Women need Wives, and Men need Lives by Annabel Crabb
What is With All Due Respect?
Less agro, more conversation.
Is it even possible to have a deep discussion without it descending into chaos? Michael Jensen and Megan Powell du Toit think yes, and want to show the rest of us how to do it.
There’s plenty of things they disagree on: free will, feminism, where you should send your kids to school and what type of church you should go to. But there are also plenty of other things that they have in common. They want to talk about all these things with conviction. But they also want the conversation to be constructive. Tune in to find out if that’s possible.