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What do you do with too much of a good thing? This week’s news roundup echoes that question throughout the episode as hosts Mike Cosper and editor in chief Russell Moore discuss ongoing classified documents scandals, the recent NHL Pride Night and the rise of ChatGPT.
Whether we’re protecting national security, encouraging winsome pluralism or making technological advances, each of our choices has the danger to run amuck without thoughtful engagement and genuine love for our neighbor. If you’ve been tempted to write an essay using a bot or retreat into criticism rather than reach out in love, this episode offers convicting conversation about the expectations we have for others and the high calling to which we must hold ourselves.
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