Deepfake: When the Theoretical Rubber Meets the Practical Road

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Our thinking on ethics and law seems to be playing catch-up with the development of new technology. This seems to be the case with Deepfake. What makes this technology particularly interesting is that it betrays what we really think about truth and morality. What happens when the theoretical rubber meets the practical road? Links & Articles Deepfake on Wikipedia

Is Evangelism Wrong?: Discussing Barna’s Findings

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Perhaps no other mantra resonates with us more in a pluralistic society than “Live and let live.” (Or today’s cousin, “You do you.”) Could this be behind the disturbing trend noted by Barna? According to some recent findings, while Christian millennials overwhelmingly affirm that their faith is important to them, almost half of them also say that they think evangelism …

Right For You But Not For Me: Responding to Moral Relativism

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It seems to be an in-thing for average people these days to claim that morality is relative, an idea not many philosophy professors would hold to. Relativism has many faults, but the main one seems to be that it cannot be held to consistently. Check out today’s episode of the AC Podcast and listen to what Paul Chamberlain said at …