Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Announcement – New blog - TheologyAI.com

I recently completed my Doctor of Ministry (DMin) from Bethel University. My thesis was on "Creator God, Humans, and Artificial  Intelligence: Framework to Address Theological and Relational Issues." I worked on this program for more than four years, and I enjoyed the program. I will be focusing on publishing what I learned through his blog in the coming days.

As my research was focused on Theology and AI, I have the desire to keep on writing about what I learned and the new details that are relevant to the topic of AI and theology.  To have a focus on the subject, I have launched a new website  THEOLOGY-AI (EFFICIENT OR HUMANISTIC SOCIETY). You can visit the site by going to TheologyAI.com.

I will continue to write here on other subjects. I will also be updating https://www.gospel-link.com/ with new resources regularly.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Updated Site New Site - Gospel-Link.com

Those who read my blogs and follow me know that I was active with writings at times and became inactive later. I started the Gospel-link.com site in 2005 when there were not many websites with Christian materials. For many years I kept it up to date with many resources from different people. As more websites came up with excellent materials and as I got engaged in church planting and studies, I was not able to keep it up.

Now that I am done with my studies (more details later), I will have revamped the site intending to share the resources I produce by the grace of God. I have the desire to keep it up to date and also have few projects in mind for the benefit of the community at large. I will be sharing details about those projects later.

Feel free to take a look at the updated website and resources available.

Gospel-Link.com - https://gospel-link.com/

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