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.
Rick Horton is a broadcaster and color commentator for the St. Louis Cardinals and a leader in the organization Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Jessica Patterson Long is a foreign service officer in the US State Department who works to mitigate the effects of the fall in her work — combating food scarcity, terrorism, and harmful leadership.
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.
In this second segment of our two-part interview with former American Senator Jim Talent, Senator Talent and Dr. Doriani talk more broadly about the American political system, the role of citizens in a democracy, and what Christians ought to expect from their elected representatives.
Meet Dr. Robert Yarbrough: author, educator, scholar, and tree feller. Bob has written many books and articles including Clash of Visions: Populism and Elitism in New Testament Theology and the Letters to Timothy and Titus.