The internet gives Christians a virtual platform from which to survey the theological landscape and spot from a long way off the horrifying wrongness of others, and then it is a tool by which we can to correct them, by name, in a tweet, Facebook or Instagram post, or long-form blog post. But what does the Bible say? Should Christians critique others and call each other out by name for theological error or sin? Under what circumstances? In what manner? And how often?

This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with Journal author Anne Kennedy about her online-exclusive article, “Naming Names: Why It’s OK (and Necessary) to Call Out False Teachers and Fugitives from Church Justice by Name“.

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