Heidelberg Catechism – Lord’s Day 43 112. Q. What is required in the ninth commandment? A. That I do not bear false witness against anyone, twist anyone’s words, be a gossip or a slanderer, or condemn anyone lightly without a hearing. Rather I am required to avoid, under penalty of God’s wrath, all lying and …

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An in-depth article in The New Yorker dealing with dementia care and the way its practictioners struggle with the lying and untruths that are part of the life of carers and patients. Over the decades and even within among practitioners differing points of view and practices have been dominant and then given way to others. …

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Ligon Duncan is a Presbyterian from the USA. First posted as a series of Tweets, then collated and shared around the internet, here’s his ten-point social media strategy. Relentlessly encourage, edify, and inform. Ignore trolls, mockers, and slanderers into oblivion. Starve dissensionists, narcissists, and errorists of the attention they crave. Point people to sound people …

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