In our generation, we who fear, love, and trust God must also be expectant, especially when we are hard-pressed, as to how the Lord will work all these things to the good.
To the extent that I haven’t heard anyone else saying we should, perhaps its time for us to start viewing the culture war in the U.S. as domino theory.
It must have been providential that these technologies were developed now, so the saints could leverage them, to do the good work of the ministry that God has planned and prepared.
After weeks of error messages every time I visited the site, I was finally able to get in and set up an account to ask Open AI’s Google-slayer ChatGPT some questions.
An inheritor of Jim Elliott’s faith may not be stabbed, shot, and clubbed here yet, but he certainly will be told to leave the Mall of America if he wears a Christian t-shirt.
I maintain that we cannot help legislating morality. To propose, debate, vote on, enact, enforce, or review laws judicially is, inescapably, a moral exercise.
Eric Metaxas is right, you know. And Bonhoeffer and Wilberforce and Luther were also right. God will not hold us guiltless if we say nothing in the face of evil.
Why is it okay to cheer on your own country when it comes to soccer tournaments, but not so much when it comes to that same country pursuing its economic or national security interests?
The best that can be said for the FBI in all this is that they apparently know better than to leave a paper trail with Big Tech, when asking for the censorship of private citizens.
How much should we care what people think of us, or what our reputation is? There is a legitimacy to considering optics, if you don’t mind referring to them that way.