Tag: Curtis Chang
ChatGPT’s Impact on Human Flourishing
February 11, 2023 Posted by Redeeming Babel in Uncategorized
ChatGPT is making more ripples across more industries than any other artificial intelligence innovation. Will it take our jobs or solve our problems? Though our headlines and feeds are soaked with anxiety and speculation, we’re asking the wrong questions.
Why Should Christians Care about Criminal Justice?
August 31, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Good Faith Podcast
When you think of “Christians and the law,” you might think of an attorney who focuses on pro-life issues or the First Amendment. Or, more recently, you might think of political activists attempting to overturn the recent 2020 election results. However, our characterizations fundamentally miss (or sometimes completely undermine) the true scope of justice the Bible portrays.
Feeling Overwhelmed by the News Cycle?
July 6, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Uncategorized
We’re being overwhelmed on a weekly basis by a relentlessly heavy news cycle, making the dripping of bad news feel more like a thunderstorm.
Jason Isbell, “Coupling with Death,” and Psalm 137
April 17, 2022 Posted by Curtis Chang in Music, Theology
A reflection by public theologian Curtis Chang on how Jason Isbell's song "Yvette" informs his thoughts on Psalm 137.
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