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Scriptural guidance for your online life

The issue of online behavior is one that comes up here at the Cafe’ often.  It pops up in our discussions about comments, in deciding what stories to post (or not) and in our reactions to how others view our work.  Our partners from Popping Collars recently devoted an episode to the issue.  We have our own guidelines and journalistic ethics to guide us, and now the Bishop of Sheffield in the Church of England has offered a top ten […]

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