This week Dan sits down with CEO and artificial intelligence expert David Karandish. Karandish answers all our pressing questions about A.I. like: when do we need to start fearing the rise of the machines? The A.I. just human beings playing god? How will A.I. affect job displacement? And how can we best please our robot overlords? (Just kidding, we’re all going to be fine). David offers a window into the fascinating beauty of technology and how it fits within the creation mandate to be fruitful, multiply, and fill, gently subdue, and cultivate the earth.
In this episode Dan and former Senator Jim Talent discuss the timely questions: what are the responsibilities of a politician to the people they govern?
Dave Jump, President of American Milling, is an entrepreneur with a reputation for nurturing successful businesses. Through his creativity, hard work, and dignified care for and compensation of his employees, Dave is an excellent model for what it looks like to use your God-given talents, treasure, and position for the glory of God and good of neighbor.
Our guest on this episode is Tom Nelson. The subject of faith and work is very near and dear to Tom’s heart. He is president of the faith and work organization Made to Flourish, a pastor, and the author of several books including: “Work Matters,” “The Economics of Neighborly Love,” and, most recently, “The Flourishing Pastor.” In this episode, Tom and Dan discuss the world of faith and work, and Tom’s profound, lifelong commitment to bridging, what he calls, the Sunday to Monday gap.
In this, our last episode of season 3, Dan sits down with pastor and author Scott Sauls to talk about the role of leaders in these unprecedented times. Sauls encourages us to fix our eyes, not on our enemies or the controversy of the day, but on Jesus.