Integrity Moments - April 5, 2012

 


Online Etiquette
By: Rick Boxx
April 5, 2012

There was a time when many believed that the internet would bring dishonesty as people hid behind the secrecy of the web. Instead, John Suler of Rider University discovered that people have become very candid and honest in their online thoughts.

According to the Wall Street Journal, he believes many feel they are speaking to peers instead of authority figures when sharing online. This has emboldened many to speak the truth, but often times with harshness. These same people when contacted personally have a much more conciliatory tone.

1 John 3:18 teaches, “Little children, let us not love with word or with tongue, but in deed and truth.”

Whether you’re speaking online, or face-to-face, God desires us to deliver truth, but to do so with love.

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