Imagine having lived in the generation that discovered fire.

Very swiftly, current scientific and technological advances will reorder our lives just as much. Artificial Intelligence, decoding the human genome, links between mind and computer… All these things that were once science fiction are now quickly—and absolutely—becoming science fact.

Could machines become sentient?
Is “life” a computer simulation?
Can science really have a genetic blueprint for all human life?

Believers and unbelievers alike are easily unnerved by such questions. Interestingly though, early Christians, mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers have already addressed these kinds of issues. And they have much to say about our “curiouser and curiouser” new world.

In Faith in the Age of AI, pastor, priest, scholar, and counselor Dan Scott invites you to learn what these hallowed ancient voices might have said about faith in the age of Artificial Intelligence.

Dan Scott

Dan Scott has a Masters in Humanities from California State, a Masters in Psychology from Ottawa University, and a Doctor of Ministry from Lipscomb University.

He is the author of several books, including the critically acclaimed The Emerging American Church and has pastored two Evangelical megachurches. He is an ordained Anglican priest and now works part time as a spiritual director for a mental health facility in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

Dan is available for many types of discussion on these topics, including speaking engagements, interviews, and simple conversation. 

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