Engaging a Culture of Unbelief

Sunday, 01 Mar 2020

I recently noticed a statement by leadership guru Seth Goden, who said that one of the things that best prepared children in the late twentieth century for life was “sea monkeys.” Do you remember the old comic books with advertisements for sea monkeys and how the pictures depicted these sea monkeys as majestic-looking characters, with a mom, dad, and kids who all resembled aliens? Children sent in an order because they wanted to get these sea monkeys. But when they opened the package, the “sea monkeys” were brined shrimp and looked absolutely nothing like the creatures in the advertisement. ...

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