By Tim Gamble
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If you haven't paid attention, there are two news stories that you may have missed. These stories show how traditional faith / belief are under attack. I will give you the headlines with links to these articles, along with my comments on each.
The Elites do not like traditional religion because they want people to have no loyalties other than to the new authoritarian scientific dictatorship they are installing. They are willing to tolerate liberal Big Religion for a time, but their ultimate goal is to create a "One World Religion" to go along with their "One World Government." These articles reveal a potential path forward towards that goal.
1) WEF Official Suggests AI Could Write New Bible, Creating ‘Religions That Are Actually Correct’ - That's right. An official with the World Economic Forum (WEF) is looking to Artificial Intelligence to rewrite the Bible or write a new Bible. Yuval Noah Harari, the senior advisor to the WEF and its chairman Klaus Schwab, is seriously suggesting that AI could reshape spirituality into their globalist vision of “equity” and inclusivism.
We are a few years away from this becoming reality, but I can see a near future where modern liberal churches hold "Bible Swaps" where folks can turn in their incorrect, hateful Bibles (KJV, NKJV, NIV, ESV, CSB, etc.) for the new, inclusive Bibles bearing the WEF's stamp of approval right on the front cover, and with an introduction by Klaus Schwab himself.
2) AI-powered church service in Germany draws a large crowd - In Germany, a protestant church has held what is believed to be the first ever Artificial Intelligence led worship service. AI chose the sermon topic and music for the service. AI created and delivered a 40-minute sermon. AI led the prayers during the service. In essence, the AI was the priest for the service.
Interesting how this ties in with the WEF's desire to have AI write a new Bible. Turning matters of faith over to AI is certainly one way to move us towards a One World Religion that is acceptable to the Elites.
But what is wrong with an AI-led service, or an AI-created sermon? The Church is a body of set-apart believers in God/Jesus. What makes them set-apart is the indwelling by the Holy Spirit of the believer (btw, holy means set-apart, so literally, the Set-Apart Spirit). Church leaders - pastors, priests, elders, teachers, or whatever - are fellow set-apart believers, indwelled by the Holy Spirit. However, AI does not possess the ability of "belief" and AI is not indwelt by the Holy Spirit. Therefore, by definition AI cannot be a fellow believer or member of the Church. So, in this case you have a "Christian" worship service led by a non-believer that is not indwelt by the Holy Spirit, an impossibility.
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My two favorite and most-used Bibles:
The NKJV, American Patriot's Bible, The Word of God and the Shaping of America - One of my favorites, the New King James Version is literal, accurate, and easy-to-read for most modern folks. The American Patriot's Bible "shows how the history of the United States connects the people and events of the Bible to our lives in a modern world. The story of the United States is wonderfully woven into the teachings of the Bible." Lot's of articles and study notes showing the Importance of God and the Bible to our nation's founding and subsequent history.
The Scriptures - This new English translation includes Genesis through Revelation, and restores the Name of our Creator to the text in each place it occurs. It is a literal translation by Institute for Scripture Research, overseen by Dr. Chris Koster. New in this 2009 edition: Improvements to the text - seeking a yet closer equivalent to the literal meaning of the original language. Quotations / Allusions from the Old Testament are in bold type in the New Testament, and are accompanied by the text references - aiding your understanding of the original contexts, and how they influence the writers drawing upon them.