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“The right-wing evangelical movement is not monolithic, and there is a range of views within it on a variety of issues. However, some of the core beliefs of this movement include:

  • A belief in the Bible as the literal word of God and the ultimate authority on all matters of faith and practice.
  • A commitment to traditional social and political values, such as the importance of marriage and family, the sanctity of life, and the separation of church and state.
  • A belief that the United States is a Christian nation and that its government should be guided by Christian principles.

“The right-wing evangelical movement has been influential in American politics since the 1970s, when it emerged as a powerful force in the Republican Party. This movement helped to elect Ronald Reagan president in 1980, and it has continued to play a key role in Republican politics ever since.

“In recent years, the right-wing evangelical movement has become increasingly closely aligned with the Republican Party. This alignment was particularly evident during the 2016 presidential election, when white evangelical voters overwhelmingly supported Donald Trump. Trump’s policies on issues such as abortion, same-sex marriage, and religious freedom have appealed to many right-wing evangelicals.

“The right-wing evangelical movement is facing a number of challenges today. One challenge is that the number of white evangelicals in the US is declining. Another challenge is that the movement is becoming more diverse, with more Hispanic and African American evangelicals identifying as members. It is unclear how these demographic changes will affect the movement’s political influence in the future.

“Despite these challenges, the right-wing evangelical movement remains a powerful force in American politics. This movement is likely to continue to play a key role in shaping the Republican Party’s platform and the country’s political landscape.” *

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I tried using Bard once before as an experiment. This time isn’t an experiment. I can’t think of a more cogent, thoughtful, straightforward, and analytical commentary. I certainly can’t improve upon it.

Which raises a question about AI, or artificial intelligence, in the context of religion. Is it going to put writers and journalists out-of-business? What impact may it have on our belief systems? I don’t know. I’ve been reading lots of threats and warnings about what it may do to our society. Can machines replace humans? That’s a large philosophical question as well as a theoretical one. Does Bard have a bigger “brain” than I do, or did it just have instantaneous access to more information? How many articles or books did it draw upon? I don’t think it is doing video as much yet. Elon Musk is concerned about it. I don’t agree with him on much of anything, but does he have “inside information?”

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