Winning Slowly

There are plenty of podcasts that will tell you how the latest tech gadget or “innovation” will affect the tech landscape tomorrow, but there aren’t that many concerned with the potential impact of that tech in a decade—much less a century. In a culture obsessed with now, how can we make choices with a view for tomorrow, next year, and beyond? 25–35-minute episodes released the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

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episode 6: 1.06: Rebuke Me Some People


Show NotesIn which we discuss the necessity of extending charity to each other in our conversations, especially conversations on controversial issues. Springboarding from public/internet reactions to Christian musician Michael Gungor’s discussion of his views on Genesis, we talk about the necessity of charity, Chris’ Rules for Argument, the importance of taking a long-term view on friendship and persuasion, and what to do in the face of serious disagreement about important issues.
Chapters

  • Intro (2:06)
  • Act Like Grownups (2:06–6:15)
  • Rules 0 and 1 (6:15–15:55)
  • But We Still Disagree (15:55–23:58)
  • Calling People on the Carpet (23:58–30:50)
  • Conclusion (30:50–31:45)
Music
  • “Perfect World”, from I, by Americano: used by permission.
  • “Winning Slowly Theme” by Chris Krycho: designed to make your ears giddy.
Links
  • “What Do We Believe?” – Michael Gungor’s original blog post
  • “Gungor drifts from biblical orthodoxy” – Jeff Kock at World Magazine
  • “I’m With You” – a follow-up blog post by Michael Gungor
  • “I’m With You (Part 2)” – more follow-up by Michael Gungor
  • “Why Are People So Upset About What Gungor Said?” – Aaron Ross at Relevant
  • Chris’ blog post on the young Earth/old Earth controversy
  • “Duty Calls” – the “obligatory XKCD” (“Someone is wrong on the internet.”)
  • Episode 0.03: Echo Chamber – in which we talked about Ken Ham, Bill Nye, culture wars, and the importance of wisdom in knowing how to engage appropriate in a given context
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