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Artificiali -> a technical term to describe and Oxford Moron. aka Oxi-moron.


Artifiliali stems from Artificial I. Or Artificial Intellegence. Now, AI is either Artificial. Or Intellegent.

How? Artificial means not real. and Intellegent IS real.

Therefore. AI is an oxi-moron. Artificial Intellegence is not a reality. AI is a “suchi-kick”

Or as I have said before… “an unintentional puni”




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“what can be said? what can be done”

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As promised, this is me keeping you in the loop.

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One of our New Heart Church missionaries spoke for 10 minutes in church today and she shared some very important and insightful things about missionary work.

1. Our most important thing to “do” while on the mission field is just being a Christian.

2. You don’t become super spiritual just by going on the mission field; you’re still the same person, just in a different country.

3. Prayer is the only thing that really works.

4. Unity is essential – and if you’re going to have unity it’s going to take work and a release of your idealisms.

5. I may be in another country as a missionary, but we are the missionary team.

(#1 is my favorite)

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Rob Bell

First off, I like Rob Bell.

At the same time, I have a few concerns…


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I think I’m going to start up a weekly “Morning Thoughts” post. Simply put, it will be my thoughts (or confusions) on some topic or issue that was brought up during my morning church service at New Heart Community Church.


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If You Chop Tomatoes…

I was sitting in Common Grounds Cafe today when I overheard a conversation that caused me to stop, laugh, and ponder. Here’s a little excerpt (it’s verbatim, I wrote it down in the book I was reading):

“If you chop tomatoes for the primary purpose of glorifying God, you will be a bad tomato chopper.”

Stop: What? Did I just hear people talk about chopping tomatoes for the glory of God?

Laugh: Yea, I did. And that’s hilarious! In fact, that’s probably the funniest thing I’ve heard all day. I love that I live in a place where I overhear conversations that tie together the art of chopping tomatoes and theology.

Ponder: Hmm, does chopping tomatoes actually have anything to do with glorifying God? I guess so. But what? If glorifying God was our primary purpose in our everything, what would that actually look like? And would it make us better or worse at what we were doing… ponder, ponder, ponder…yup, definitely worth blogging about.

Any thoughts?

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