Quite a few of you are new and may be uncertain of what we’re doing here or why, and many may wonder where the name comes from. For all such mysteries, I recommend that you scroll back and listen to episode 67 called “Mr. Greatheart and This Metaphorical Table.”

And if that doesn’t answer your questions, shoot me an email.

No doubt you’ve heard of a little thing called “Artificial Intelligence.” Companies and churches and, yes, pastors are scrambling to ask AI “what can you do for me.” In this episode I wonder if that is the right question to be asking.

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Notes and resources relevant to this episode:

Here is info about Gloo.

I’ve mentioned Gloo before here and here.

Here is the article about Gloo’s “hackathon.”

Mike Sacasas is much smarter, better read, and more articulate than I. Also, his posts are much longer than mine. He writes from within an orthodox Christian tradition, but he writes into a space that does not assume that tradition.

This post on technological liturgies gives a feel for the direction in which his thinking goes, as does this post on asking the right questions.

Neil Postman, Building a Bridge to the 18th Century: How the Past Can Improve Our Future, (United States: Vintage, 2000), p. 55.

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