Weekend A La Carte (May 13)

I want to express my gratitude to Burke Care for sponsoring the blog this week. Burke Care is a great option if you’re considering counseling via the internet. Today’s Kindle deals include a little selection of books. As a Christian, I Went Down the AI Rabbit Hole. Here Are 12 Things I Discovered If you read anything at all about AI, this would be a very good candidate. “Over the last few weeks, I’ve taken a deep dive down the AI rabbit hole, listening to podcasts, reading books, taking courses, and testing it myself. And let me say, it’s been a roller coaster ride of emotions, from dread at how this AI might eventually take our jobs and possibly even our freedom, to optimism about what AI could do for us.” Different Uses for Different Questions “When we observe a text, we collect all the raw materials for interpretation. And that which drives interpretation forward is the asking of questions. To interpret well, we must be intensely curious and investigate our observations as fully as possible. But the asking of questions ought not be a complete free-for-all. Different kinds of questions have different uses. Let’s take advantage of those differences.” To the Mom Who Feels Invisible, There is a God Who Sees Cara Ray speaks to moms and says, “When you feel invisible and alone, be encouraged that not one detail of your life, or one molecule in the universe, goes unnoticed by the God who sees.” The Funny Thing about Hope This is a … Continue reading Weekend A La Carte (May 13)