Akos Balogh shares about the time he met Tim Keller – and what he loved most about his character and his teaching.
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As we continue to develop and use artificial intelligence, we must consider the ethical implications of robotic systems making moral choices.
With issues like The Voice to Parliament, we need to be wary of baptising our position as the definitive Christian one, writes Akos Balogh.
I’ve dived down the AI rabbit hole, listening to podcasts, reading books, taking courses, and testing it. Here’s 12 things I’ve discovered.
While it was fascinating to hear Lorde pontificate on the state of the world, our real Lord delivers a very different gospel, writes Akos Balogh.
Questions our culture struggles to answer – as they raise the uncomfortable idea that the secular view of life just doesn’t fit reality.
Christian author Brian Rosner’s caricature of the Lord’s Prayer, sums up our culture’s obsession with Authenticity.
The world came to a screeching halt when Queen Elizabeth died. And her funeral was probably the most watched event in human history thus far.
A suburban pastor organised a rally on religious freedom, then was invited to talk to the Shadow Attorney-General. Yet he doesn’t see himself as political.
Questions are being raised about the impact of the sexual revolution on girls and women… questions that resonate with the Bible’s view of sex.