Reformed Theology A Christian who is new to Reddit - Do you find Reddit is good for you faith?  Calvinism

A Christian who is new to Reddit – Do you find Reddit is good for you faith?

Reformed Theology A Christian who is new to Reddit - Do you find Reddit is good for you faith?  Calvinism
A Christian who is new to Reddit – Do you find Reddit is good for you faith?

What is everyone's opinion about the usefulness of Reddit to bolster your faith? In the last few days I have found this sub to be kind and helpful for facilitating knowledge and conversation, yet I find r/Christianity to be a free-for-all where often those I disagree with the most have the loudest voice. (I want to rip my shirt and shout heresy!!) Is engaging in the conversation on reddit worth it or do you tend to stick to sub-reddits like this where people more or less have commonality. Thanks guys!

What is everyone’s opinion about the usefulness of Reddit to bolster your faith? In the last few days I have found this sub to be kind and helpful for facilitating knowledge and conversation, yet I find r/Christianity to be a free-for-all where often those I disagree with the most have the loudest voice. (I want to rip my shirt and shout heresy!!) Is engaging in the conversation on reddit worth it or do you tend to stick to sub-reddits like this where people more or less have commonality. Thanks guys!
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