What can we learn from comedy and humor? Check out James Spencer’s latest article at Worthwhile Theology Magazine (https://www.worthwhiletheology.com/magazine/jspencercomedy-correction-and-the-unintended-consequences-of-entertainment). Share via: Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Email
In a fast-paced world where small bits of information come at us non-stop, Crazy Different believes growth won’t come without time and depth. As such, we strive to offer more substantive content that evaluate issues from different angles that offer unique perspectives. To do so means that we publish less content that challenges God’s people to be the right kind of strange. Our goal is to create content worth waiting for.
We also believe that theology is not an end in itself, but is the best place to start. Crazy Different seeks to develop deeply theological thought that seeks to ensure that who God truly is isn’t hidden behind who we conceive him to be.
While researching an article on comedy and theology, I ran across an article entitled “The Idiot Culture” written by Carl Bernstein (of Woodward and Bernstein)
As a Mom of adult children, I don’t expect my kids to tell me everything about their lives (and I don’t really need them to),