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Week 15 - Media

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Week 15 - Media

  1. 1. A cHRISTIAN today’s world WITNESS in Tactics + sTRATEGIES Relativism The Bible Pluralism Islam Sexual Revolution Media Training and Equipping Believers to Live Out a Confident Faith
  2. 2. A cHRISTIAN today’s world WITNESS in Tactics + sTRATEGIES Relativism The Bible iSLAM Sexual Revolution Training and Equipping Believers to Live Out a Confident Faith Pluralism Media
  3. 3. tACTICS Skills for effective discussions Columbo, Taking the Roof Off, etc.
  4. 4. The Challenge of: Authority Relativism The Bible
  5. 5. The Challenge of: Worldviews Pluralism Islam
  6. 6. Culture “We can live however we want” The Challenge Of:
  7. 7. Culture Sexual Revolution The Challenge Of: Media
  8. 8. Tonight
  9. 9. media? What is important for Christians in how we use
  10. 10. Media The Challenge of: “Media Doesn’t Affect Me”
  11. 11. Discussion time
  12. 12. Benefits Challenges THAT media presents for Christians today? and What aRE THE BIGGEST
  13. 13. 4 aREAS
  14. 14. Ideas Stimulus Relationships What views are being promoted? How are are we personally affected? How do they affect how we view and relate to others? DELIVERY What ways do these ideas come to us?
  15. 15. Ideas Challenge #1: What views are being promoted?
  16. 16. Ideas Have Consequences
  17. 17. “True for You, But Not For Me” “The Bible is just a book written by men” “All Roads Lead to God” “There is no God but Allah” “My body is mine and I can use it 
 however I wish” “Media Doesn’t Affect Me”
  18. 18. My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Hosea 4:6
  19. 19. For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal but mighty in God for pulling down strongholds… 2 Corinthians 10:4
  20. 20. casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God… 2 Corinthians 10:5
  21. 21. bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ. 2 Corinthians 10:5
  22. 22. And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God. Romans 12:2
  23. 23. MatterIdeas:
  24. 24. Shape familiesIdeas:
  25. 25. Shape CulturesIdeas:
  26. 26. Shape churchesIdeas:
  27. 27. Shape soulsIdeas:
  28. 28. Shape EterniesIdeas:
  29. 29. Shape usIdeas:
  30. 30. MatterIdeas: Greatly!
  31. 31. Ideas Have Consequences
  32. 32. Ideas contains All media
  33. 33. Application for Christians: We must keep our brains on when we consume media
  34. 34. How do we keep our brains on when we consume media?
  35. 35. ask questions!
  36. 36. What is good, according to this? What does this show / song / meme or ad want me to believe or accept? What ideas are simply assumed?
  37. 37. “The most dangerous ideas in a society are not the ones being argued, but the ones that are assumed” - C.S. Lewis
  38. 38. Ideas matter and they are in all media
  39. 39. Delivery Challenge #2: What ways do these ideas come to us?
  40. 40. “It is not politics or economics, but entertainment that is arguably the most pervasive, powerful…
  41. 41. force of our time, a force so overwhelming that it has finally metastasized into life itself.”
  42. 42. Media does not just exist to entertain but also to persuade
  43. 43. “I think Will and Grace did more to educate the American public than anything anybody’s done so far” - Joe Biden (on homosexuality)
  44. 44. “Entertainment fools us into caring about things that are not important, and distracted from caring about things that are” - John Stonestreet
  45. 45. “Great art takes you deeper into life, it doesn’t distract you from life. Sadly, entertainment for many of us is a form of escape.” - John Stonestreet
  46. 46. Application for Christians: What channels of entertainment do we allow into our lives?
  47. 47. Application for Christians: Are we aware of what worldview is being promoted?
  48. 48. Application for Christians: Does our favorite entertainment draw us deeper or more shallow?
  49. 49. Stimulus Challenge #3: How are are we personally affected?
  50. 50. “If we weren’t already called Generation-Y, we’d be called Generation Notification. We love it, that pesky little orange or blue (1) that appears at the top of our computers and iPhones
  51. 51. iPhones and tells us that somebody wants to interact with us: to leave us a comment, to like one of our photos, to retweet us, to write on our walls.
  52. 52. Notifications heighten our self- worth, are how we know someone is listening to us and caring about what we have to say.
  53. 53. Notifications heighten our self- worth, are how we know someone is listening to us and caring about what we have to say.
  54. 54. “The key to social media addiction is dopamine. You’ve probably heard of dopamine as the pleasure hormone.
  55. 55. This isn’t strictly true. What dopamine actually does is encourage us to look for stuff.
  56. 56. Twitter and Facebook are veritable goldmines of new stuff. Your brain on Twitter is like Scrooge McDuck diving into his money vault. Everywhere you turn, your brain thinks happy days!
  57. 57. There’s one more trick that social media has up its sleeve, which makes it even more powerful: unpredictability.
  58. 58. Sometimes you’ll go on Twitter and Facebook, and your mind is blown. Boom! Sometimes you’ll have a ton of notifications. Again, this sends a flood of dopamine to your brain.
  59. 59. Other times, it’s a slow day (or a slow five minutes). Nothing much interesting. No notifications. This unpredictability stimulates dopamine.
  60. 60. And there’s one more thing… dopamine loves chasing down rabbit holes. If you have incomplete information you won’t feel satisfied.
  61. 61. You’ll need more. So you’ll keep looking. Hence, you stay on social media for hours.
  62. 62. Application for Christians: Why do we use social media (if we do at all?)
  63. 63. Application for Christians: What have you noticed about its affects on you?
  64. 64. Application for Christians: How do you feel when you are disconnected offline, or when you are quiet?
  65. 65. Application for Christians: Why do people become addicted to noise, stimulus and connection?
  66. 66. Relationships Challenge #4: How do these views affect how we view and relate to others?
  67. 67. Entertainment can be substitute for real relationships
  68. 68. “Americans have become increasingly isolated and alone. As a result, kids are more and more connected, but less and less really connected.”
  69. 69. “An addiction is something that is used to fill the void that a relationship is meant to fill… - Paul Warren, psychiatrist
  70. 70. One of the reasons pornography has such a stronghold over many in this generation is because few young people today feel truly known and loved. - Paul Warren, psychiatrist
  71. 71. Application for Christians: We must be diligent TO PROTECT our lives and relationships
  72. 72. Application for Christians: This culture wants to steal God’s design out of our lives
  73. 73. My Final Thoughts Next Week:
  74. 74. Your feedback Next Week:
  75. 75. oUR PRAYERS Next Week:
  76. 76. ceLEBRATION MUNCHIES!! Next Week:

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