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Msg #2318 A Commencement Celebration What The Bible Says Good Samaritan's Penny Pulpit by Pastor Ed Rice
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05/28/2023  Joshua Kelley - John 1:1-2 05/28/2023 Joshua Kelley - John 1:1-2.
(conclusion) Mary At The Tomb Sunday School Lesson From John 20 Taught By Jim Vallance At Bible Baptist Church Catlettsburg, KY.
Mary At The Tomb Sunday school Lesson From John 20 Taught By Jim Vallance At Bible Baptist Church Catlettsburg, KY.
4 Things God Wants For You. I John 1:4, 2:1, 2:26, 5:13 Pastor Hafelin Sunday Morning Service May 7, 2023.
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Experts from around the world explain the consequences of the AI revolution for believers on and off the internet.Hundreds of millions of people have used ChatGPT since its arrival last November to plan vacation itineraries, help them code better, create pop-culture sonnet mashups, and learn the finer details of their beliefs.For years, Christians have Googled their theological questions to find articles written by humans answering questions about God and God's Word. Now, people can take these questions to AI chatbots. How will natural language-processing tools like ChatGPT change how we interpret the Bible?Eight AI experts from around the world— and Chat GPT itself— weighed in.Pablo A. Ruz Salmones, CEO, X eleva Group, Mexico City, MexicoAs John 17:17 says, “Sanctify them in the truth; your word is truth” (ESV). Thus, interpreting the Bible is, to a great extent, the search for Truth. Large language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT don’t have, by definition, a source of truth; it’s simply not in the model—hence why sometimes they make things up and extrapolate. They are incapable of finding truth, so that even when they do stumble across it, they are unable to recognize it as such.Thus, when reading an output of an LLM regarding the Bible, we must understand that said output does not come from its search for truth within His Word but rather from a mixed “regurgitation” and extrapolation—a.k.a. algorithms—of what others have said. As a result, ChatGPT cannot offer a new interpretation of the Bible by itself; rather, a person querying ChatGPT may find in the chatbot’s answer a new way to interpret the Bible, just as they may find it in an answer offered by a parrot. Because it copies others, the parrot ends up speaking truth, even if it has no idea it has done so. ...Continue reading...
Doctrinal Drift Have You Strayed from Your Message? Dr. John GoetschMon, 09/19/2022 - 13:18
What the Reformed pastor saw in the continent's Christians—and why it earned him the respect of its church planters.When Timothy Keller visited Rome in 2014, he addressed city pastors, gave an apologetic talk at the Italian Senate, and answered questions from students at Sapienza University of Rome, the largest university in Europe.As a pastor who had planted a church next to Sapienza, I was struck by seeing Keller minister in my own context. On that campus, my wife and I had distributed flyers, held picnics, engaged students, and helped some of them pray for the first time. Two years before, a crowd of students gathered in the university’s central lawn for a debate on the existence of God, in which I tried my best to interact with an atheist professor and commend the Christian faith.As Keller held an extensive Q and A session, responding to the toughest questions posed by the students, I admired the thoughtfulness of his answers. Then I was struck by his servant posture. Keller had rolled up his sleeves, served alongside local workers, and happily accepted questions from young, secular Italians.That moment encapsulated the capacious, humble spirit that had gained the respect of many European Christian leaders. In Keller, they found theological robustness in an age of pragmatism and technique, a reconciling spirit in an age of division, and a rediscovery of the gospel in a time when preachers are tempted to reduce it to inspiring stories and practical advice.“He was the premier North American evangelical statesman of his generation,” said Lindsay Brown, the former secretary-general of the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students. Keller’s death brought to his mind words spoken at John Stott’s funeral: In 2011, the theologian Chris Wright paid tribute to Stott by describing Stott “as the greatest ...Continue reading...
Author and pastor John Piper says his final email exchange with the late Tim Keller involved a hope-filled message from Luke 10 that also had inspired 20th-century minister Martyn Lloyd-Jones.
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