This week on The Bulletin, hosts Mike Cosper, Nicole Martin, and editor in chief Russell Moore offer lively conversation and commentary on concertgoers, ChatGPT, and aging civic servants. This summer, concerts have become more raucous than ever. What explains our bad behavior? Meanwhile, ChatGPT is showing up in classrooms and on homework across the country. How much is too much? Finally, a recent Wall Street Journal poll reveals three-fourths of voters think President Biden is too old to run again. When we don’t have an off ramp for elder statesmen, how can we cultivate new leadership? Tune in and join the conversation.

Joining us this week:
Kevin Brown is the president of Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. He holds a PhD in theology and religious studies (University of Glasgow, Scotland, 2012), an MLitt in Bible and the contemporary world (University of St Andrews, Scotland, 2009) and an MBA (University of Indianapolis, 2002). His research interests include economics, philosophy, and theology.

Resources Referenced:
Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren
“A Pirate Looks at Forty”

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