Yesterday, I wrote about how fake news has long been accepted without any questions in the evangelical & fundamentalist Christian world. I hope also I showed that the Oregon Trail Generation is uniquely equipped to show people how to tell the difference between real and fake websites. Today, I want to share how everyone reading
I’m a part of the Oregon Trail Generation. Oregon Trail was a computer game that my 6th grade math class used as its highest honor: whoever got the best grade on a test could spend an entire class period playing it, and was excused from homework that day. My generation doesn’t fit into typical classifications.
I want to collect some of the more impactful discussions and moments that my friends and I have had on Twitter, and bring them to the blog. This was one of the best questions I’ve ever been asked. [View the story “How Can I Spot Abusive Complementarianism? ” on Storify]