Internet Presence

Following on from my post yesterday, I thought it might be interesting to reflect on what is appropriate internet presence for a member of the clergy, whether it’s social media, a website, email style etc. This is also in the context of someone privately mentioning to me that as a priest holding PTO and not . . . → Read More: Internet Presence

How NOT to Train Up a Child

A little storm is beginning to brew on twitter tonight about a book that Amazon UK is selling. It’s called To Train up a Child and it is one of the most pernicious little excuses for violence against children that I have ever read.

Let me give you some quotes.

THE PROPER RESPONSE The proper . . . → Read More: How NOT to Train Up a Child

Sorting Online Abuse – Vicky Beeching

Go over to Vicky’s site to read her experiences of online (and offline) stalking and why she’s taking a stand.

Many of us women have had to normalise online abuse. Obviously it goes to a totally different and criminal level when it’s rape or death threats; these should never be shrugged off. But general . . . → Read More: Sorting Online Abuse – Vicky Beeching

Malicious Website Alert!!!

Or not (as the case may be). Let’s explore shall we.

On the 21st of July, Anglican Mainstream sent out an email that said the following:

A new article was posted on Anglican Mainstream today that linked to a website which, although appearing legitimate, was in fact classified by my security system as a ‘known . . . → Read More: Malicious Website Alert!!!

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