Introducing the ‘Reactivity’ Podcast with Paul Tripp
This article is part of the Reactivity: Rethinking Social Media with Paul Tripp series.
Take a Biblical Look at Social Engagement with Author Paul Tripp
In the new Reactivity podcast, Paul Tripp instructs believers to view digital media and technology through the lens of the gospel and points them toward a biblical framework for communication. Explaining how God wants the church to engage with culture and each other, Tripp encourages Christians to think wisely about their interactions and be a beacon of light in an age of toxicity.
Across 8 episodes coming out over the next 8 weeks, Paul Tripp explores several topics relating to Christians’ interactions with social media.
This podcast is also releasing in video format on YouTube.
Listen to the trailer and subscribe to the Reactivity podcast via the following podcast directories:
Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | RSS
Be on the lookout for the following episodes:
Episode 1 - #toxic: Why Is Our Culture So Reactive?
Episode 2 - #meantweets - Our Problem with Anger
Episode 3 - #yourewrong - Our Problem with Self-Righteousness
Episode 4 - #antisocialmedia - Our Problem with Individualism
Episode 5 - #fightme - Our Problem with Craving Controversy
Episode 6 - #thosepeople - Our Problem with Tribalism
Episode 7 - #fail - Our Need for Grace
Episode 8 - #QandA - Paul Tripp Answers Your Questions about Social Media
Popular Articles in This Series
#toxic - Why Is Our Culture So Reactive? (Reactivity Episode 1)
Paul Tripp discusses the toxic culture of reactivity full of anger, mockery, and disrespect that is so common to see on social media but also bleeds into our everyday relationships.
#yourewrong - Our Problem with Self-Righteousness (Reactivity Episode 3)
Paul Tripp talks about the self-centeredness and self-righteousness that work together to deceive us into believing we’re always right and about the humility that cures this selfishness and radically changes us.
#meantweets - Our Problem with Anger (Reactivity Episode 2)
Paul Tripp talks about the normalization of emotionally driven responses and especially reactions filled with fear and anger, two of the primary emotions that drive the culture of toxic reactivity.
#fightme - Our Problem with Craving Controversy (Reactivity Episode 5)
Paul Tripp talks about the difference between the love of truth and the love of controversy, which is no longer motivated by the two great commands to love God and love your neighbor.