Today on The Techology Show
Anthony Casey – http://facebook.com/acasey64
Richard Hall – http://facebook.com/profile.php?id=1306643582
Buddy Rampey – firstname.lastname@example.org
Heath Mullikin – http://heathmullikin.com
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THEY SAID IT
“I was shocked, especially by the dramatic changes in the last 10 years. I thought fame would be important but did not expect this drastic an increase or such a dramatic decrease in other values, such as community feeling. If you believe that television reflects the culture, as I do, then American culture has changed drastically.”
Yalda T. Uhls, a UCLA doctoral student in developmental psychology and the lead author of the study that says popular TV shows teach children fame is most important value, and kids are listening.
SOURCE: Lab Spaces
“The inadvertent effect of all this is that most pastors have become heads of personality cults. Churches become identified more with the pastor—this is Such-and-Such’s church—than with anything larger. When that pastor leaves, or is forced to leave, it’s devastating. It feels a like a divorce, or a death in the family, so symbiotic is today’s relationship between pastor and people.”
Mark Galli in his article The Most Risky Professional Why You Need to Pray Desperately for your Pastor
SOURCE: Christianity Today
“They were like the dinosaur that saw the ice coming but didn’t think it was going to hit them.”
Bankruptcy attorney Schuyler Carroll, commenting on the bankruptcy and eventual closure of Borders, the second-largest U.S. bookstore chain.
“This complaint was brought to the General Medical Counsel (GMC) not by the patient, who has continued to be a patient in this practice, but by the patient’s mother.”
Medical Doctor Richard Scott upon hearing that he was under investigation by the GMC because he told one of his 24 year old patients that he found Jesus helped him.
SOURCE: News Core