Highlighting the negative effects social media can have on interactions between believers, Hallowell joked, "how am I going to respond to this person who just said they hope I die in a fiery plane crash?"
“Christ actually asked us ‘turn the other cheek…love your neighbor’ and the neighbors like on the other side of a tweeting machine and fearless and launching bombs and rockets at you,” Crowder responded, noting that screens and keyboards have “made us braver than we are in front of one another.”
As for his contribution to the culture, Crowder hopes that I Know A Ghost promote God's love and grace in spite of division.
“The story that I’ve told over and over for these three records is pretty redundant,” he said. “It doesn’t matter where you are or what you’ve done, you can’t outrun God and you can’t outrun grace.”
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