medicine

Ancient Tweets: "Garbage In, Garbage Out"

Randy Christian

Those of us with a few years on us remember the retort GIGO when we complain about the result of something.  It was used to describe why computers—which were supposed to be so advanced—could make such extraordinary errors.  The answer?  Garbage In Garbage Out.  So, are we the same as computers?  Is what comes out of us—thoughts, words, actions—the result of what goes in?  If so, what is the garbage we have to beware of?

ANCIENT TWEETS - Garbage In, Garbage Out study guide

WHY BE NORMAL? Medication

September 30, 2012Randy Christian

Medicine isn’t a bad thing—unless we misuse it. But the temptation to do that can be overwhelming! If one pill makes me feel better, three will be great! Right? And what about other kinds of “medicine”? Alcohol? “Recreational” drugs? Gambling? Gaming? Movies? TV? Food? The world is full of medicine—and attitudes on how we should use it. Should Christians buy into these attitudes?