While many researchers focus on what AI can do, we need to begin to discern what we ought to do with AI.
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In Charles Frazier’s novel, young Varina marries the older landowner Jefferson Davis, only to be catapulted into the public eye when he becomes President of the Confederacy.
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Culture Care is Makoto Fujimura’s gentle invitation to his readers to love and be stewards of the arts for the sake of flourishing in this world.
Lean on Pete is a closely observed portrait of a young man who needs someone to care for and commit to him, to give him love, stability, and a sense of belonging.
Summary: Worship leaders David and Nicole Binion bring listeners into God’s presence with upbeat and reverent music.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha was a pediatrician in Flint, Mich., when the parents of her patients began mentioning that the water coming from their taps smelled foul and was brown.
Beautifully Broken is a faith-based film based on the unlikely but true stories of a trio of families who have experienced terrible trauma and amazing grace.
In this deeply affecting picture book, young children will meet Temple Grandin and learn about the struggles and strengths of children on the autism spectrum.
A spectacular album from a band with a wonderful catalog of songs—this is music worth savoring.
Rumaan Alam’s novel paints a portrait of a woman’s journey into the uncharted waters of motherhood and the nature of family across races.
In this picture book, young Mela experiences a selfless act of kindness that transforms her life.
War leaves no one unscathed, but director Xavier Beauvois presents the struggle to work the land, the appreciation of the achingly beautiful creation, and the women’s desire for connection and companionship in ways that are fully realized and deeply human.
A. J. Jacobs has much to offer readers about the historical and changing nature of views on the family and what that means for society today.
Mia and her parents are immigrants to California from China. And that is just one of the secrets she keeps.
Spike Lee’s latest film pushes viewers to consider their own allegiances.
This first album from Riley Clemmons gets off to a weak start but builds to an album that dives below the surface both musically and lyrically.
Porn is a problem. But why do we watch it? There are three key predictors.
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Lecrae and Zaytoven turn their attention to the young people of America, promoting education and empowering them to make positive choices.
Okeowo’s portraits of ordinary people fighting extremism are both painful and inspiring.
Parker Palmer’s new book is not intended to be a guide to or a handbook on aging. Rather, it is a prismatic reflection on his own life experience, so much of which is universal and can encourage others on the journey.
Chris August’s latest offering of soulful pop explores dependence on—and relationship with—God without being preachy.
Season 5 of the StartUp podcast puts a new twist on the format. Rather than following a startup business, this season follows a startup church—a new church plant.