Bachelorette party turns into mission trip: How social media is changing the way we experience reality


Six months ago, Rikki Kahley of Macon, Georgia, planned a bachelorette party for herself and her friends, booking a September 12 trip to the Bahamas. After Hurricane Dorian devastated the islands, they chose to make their party a mission trip.

They launched a social media campaign, asking people to donate supplies the group could take with them. They hoped to bring ten extra suitcases filled with donations but boarded their flight with thirty-seven. Delta Airlines waived the fees. 

In a day before social media, such an initiative would have been much harder to launch. As it was, the girls posted their trip on their Facebook pages, and the rest is history. 

Social media makes possible much good, but as we’ll see today, it also contributes to the moral confusion of our day. 

Musician declares he is a “sapiosexual” 

Mark Ronson won the Oscar for Best Original Song this year. He is known for collaborations with artists from Amy Winehouse and Adele to Miley Cyrus. 

Now he is making headlines by declaring that he is a “sapiosexual.” Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines the term as “sexually attracted to highly intelligent people” no matter their gender identity or appearance. 

Sexuality is more complex, confusing, and divisive than ever before in history. 

One website lists ten different sexual orientations in its glossary. A resource developed by the BBC tells young school kids that there are over one hundred recognizable gender identities. Tumblr has a list of 112 different genders

A seminary chapel service prays to plants 

Such confusion and dissension over sexuality reflect the broader conflicts in our culture over the nature and significance of truth. 

You may have heard about Union Theological Seminary’s recent chapel service in which students were led to confess “the harm we’ve done to plants” directly to the plants. The seminary defended their worship service as a “beautiful…

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