By Daniel Darling | Lifeway
Published in August of 2019

SUMMARY: The consumption of news from a Christian perspective should be unique and discerning. Pastor Daniel Darling lays out six questions to ask which involve variety, humility, and patience when we engage with and/or share news.

KEY QUOTE: “It’s important for followers of Jesus to be discerning with our news media diet so we can accurately assess the world and more fully love our neighbors.”

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