We looked inside some of the tweets by @MatthewBArbo and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
When calamity strikes, you can count on God—not because you feel close to him, but because he remains close to you. In Christ and Calamity, @HLSenkbeil speaks pastorally to our suffering and uncertainty while showing us God’s constant and faithful grace.
I mean, it’s a coffee cup. https://t.co/OGTN52kUXs
There is something theologically fitting about Trump holding aloft a closed bible before a shuttered church he cannot enter. It is a book he doesn't read & a structure dedicated to something he can't understand that preaches a narrow way he entirely opposes in all he says & does. https://t.co/r1jeOyEBBl
“certainty in liberalism’s manifest destiny to spread itself over every corner of the earth goes beyond reasonable analysis: it is a purely religious faith.” https://t.co/31dKKULMnn
Did Iraq & Afghanistan Wars contribute to the militarization of US police departments? Data are pretty clear. Surplus military equipment transferred to local law enforcement (via 1033 program) steadily rose starting in mid-00s, followed by spikes after 2010. https://t.co/9MbIhBtjLK
Volunteers trying to clean up spray paint on the Capitol front door. https://t.co/oQoEcB6ycO