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The AI revolution
Humans are not meat-based computers; no matter how good an AI program might be at churning out responses to questions, it will never be emotionally involved with anything it does.
by David Thomas
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 3
Can kin selection explain the rise of morality?
by Marc Kay
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 2
Can group selection explain the rise of morality?
by Marc Kay
The ‘Nashville Statement’ on marriage
The Nashville Statement and what does the Bible say about homosexuality and transgenderism?
by Joel Tay
The confusion of liberalism
Conversational approaches to studying Scripture can lead to liberalism, where truth and values become relative.
by Andrew Sibley
AI replacing pastors and rewriting God’s Word?
Vegans using ChatGPT to re-write Scripture and an AI church preachers. Are there dangers as people are more inclined to rely on robots?
by Lucien Tuinstra
Another pro-life argument
There are many good arguments against abortion. A Belgian doctor writes in with another one.
by Thomas Bailey
Why marriage matters
Genesis teaches us that marriage has been baked into human nature by God, who created us. Social science shows it is a good design, vital for human flourishing.
by Keaton Halley
Teaching people how to think
As trust in major social and academic institutions falls, people are falling into another form of futile thinking. Switching from one extreme to the other.
by Robert Carter
Dominion and the blessing of the garden
Alan Titchmarsh, British TV personality, has recently defended the traditional well-managed garden against rewilding campaigns because it better supports wildlife. This supports the biblical stewardship mandate.
by Andrew Sibley
What’s wrong with being wrong: a closer look at evolutionary ethics—part 1
Can naturalism ground real morality?
by Marc Kay
Origins myths and the erosion of ethics
Farcical ideas masquerade as science these days, undermining ethics and true human identity.
by Philip Bell