If you struggle to keep your thoughts to yourself in the internet age, you’re not alone. On this episode of Being Human, host Steve Cuss admits that he struggles with a core belief that sounds something like the world needs my opinion. What are Christians to do in an era when there’s nonstop opportunity to reply, comment, and react?

On this episode, Cuss welcomes someone he looks up to in this regard: Jay Kim, lead pastor of WestGate Church in San Jose, California, and author of several books, including his latest, Listen, Listen, Speak. Kim and Cuss consider the implications of God as infinite, humans as finite, and the immensity of eternity. They talk about Kim’s emphasis on listening, formative moments in his faith, and how he believes social media is forming people. Their conversation covers spiritual practices that can help us remain rooted in a tumultuous era and points to the characteristics of God reflected in creatures and creation.

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