They Have Invented a Christian Version of the iPad. Finally.

For the past few years, Christians have been forced to deal with worldly, non-Christian tablets, subjugated to the misguided ways of such wayward e-readers as Apple's iPad or the Kindle Fire. But, thanks to the forward-thinkers at Family Christian, believers need suffer no longer. Introducing, "Edifi," the world's first "Christian" tablet. It comes equipped with Christian radio stations, a "Holy Bible" app and a porn-proof web browser. These virtuous virtual readers have— according to Family Christian's technology supervisor, Brian Honorable—the longest-lasting battery on the market. Abundant life does seem fitting for a "Christian" tablet ...

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Sarah commented…

Very well put, Bo! It's true also that truth can seem very contradictory (paradoxes everywhere! i.e. free will and predestination - they are mutually exclusive but they coexist and are both true). I believe we should be mutually enriched by people from every background.If someone believes in predestination only anddecides it doesn't matter what the hell they do because their life is already determined - well that's just wrong. Yet you can't say that we have complete control over the course of our lives.But at the end of the day, some of us will be more wrong about some things than others.I don't think we'll be able to grasp it entirely, but at some point you have to be able to say, "that is wrong". I think your last line summed it up nicely, haha.

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Sarah commented…

Perhaps it would be better to use the term "mutualism" then since it seems to carry much different weight and meaning than pluralism. Pluralism seems to imply that there is no wrong way of doing things.

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Lovedablues commented…

Reminds me of an old Styx song...." ttttttoo much time on my hands!"

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Anonymous commented…

You guys should like, email each other or something.

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Eric Dye commented…

The edifi SHOULD be mocked. It's a joke, after all .... http://churchm.ag/edifi-multim...

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