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It makes you think doesn't it. Facebook has become a massive phenomenon in such a short time. Families use it to keep in touch. Friends use it to catch up on each other's news. Adolescents use it to invite thousands to parties at their parents' house. Churches use it spread the news of Jesus Christ. And all that in just a few short years.
Although he sees some useful aspects to the Facebook revolution, Tim Chester thinks it's a problem. His first chapter is entitled "What's the problem?"
He then goes on to identify several of the problems linked with Facebook in chapters entitled "Recreating my world", "Escaping my limitations", "The Facebook of God" and "Twelve guidelines for social networking"
His thoughts are very helpful. His guidelines are good, wise and useful. It's a good book. But I do wish the first chapter had not been entitled "What's the problem?" I think that weakens what could have been an even more useful book.
Helpful guidelines. Useful for pastors, dads, youth leaders.
Quick and easy to read. And not expensive.
Take it and read it. It'll make you think.