Friday, June 16, 2023

WEF Calls For AI to Rewrite Bible

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Apparently, they have little use for the one God gave us, so they will have the AI god give us a new one.

A top official with the World Economic Forum (WEF) has called for religious scripture to be “rewritten” by artificial intelligence (AI) to create a globalized “new Bible.”

Yuval Noah Harari, the senior advisor to the WEF and its chairman Klaus Schwab, argues that using AI to replace scriptures will create unified “religions that are actually correct.”

According to Harari, the power of AI can be harnessed and used to reshape spirituality into the WEF’s globalist vision of “equity” and "inclusivity."

Be informed, not misled.

New Age--New Bible?

Speaking with journalist Pedro Pinto in Lisbon, Portugal, Harari told the elitist audience:

“It’s [AI] the first technology ever that can create new ideas."

“You know, the printing press, radio, television, they broadcast, they spread the ideas created by the human brain, by the human mind."

“They cannot create a new idea."

“You know, [Johannes] Gutenberg printed the Bible in the middle of the 15th century; the printing press printed as many copies of the Bible as Gutenberg instructed it, but it did not create a single new page."

“It had no ideas of its own about the Bible: Is it good? Is it bad? How to interpret this? How to interpret that?” 

Harari then revealed that he and his allies at the WEF have a solution to the supposed problems he’d just highlighted.

“AI can create new ideas; it can even write a new Bible,” he declared.

A new god.

“Throughout history, religions dreamt about having a book written by a superhuman intelligence, by a non-human entity,” he added.

“In a few years, there might be religions that are actually correct … just think about a religion whose holy book is written by an AI."

“That could be a reality in a few years,” he promised.

The Times of Israel says, "Harari noted in another recent gathering that software like ChatGPT has mastered human languages and can harness that function to influence culture."

“For thousands of years, prophets and poets and politicians have used language and storytelling in order to manipulate and to control people and to reshape society, now AI is likely to be able to do it," he says.

“And once it can… it doesn’t need to send killer robots to shoot us."

The Times headline read: "Yuval Noah Harari warns AI can create religious texts, that may inspire new cults."

"The historian--philosopher says the technology could attract worshipers ready to kill in the name of religion, urging tighter oversight and regulation of the sector." 

He warns that artificial intelligence is now able to compose its own religious texts that would likely attract worshipers.

Harari told the AI Frontiers Forum event in Switzerland that adherents could potentially, at one point, be instructed by computers to kill other people.

“In the future, we might see the first cults and religions in history whose revered texts were written by a non-human intelligence,” Harari said in quotes carried by the UK Daily Mail newspaper Tuesday.

“Of course, religions throughout history claimed that their holy books were written by unknown human intelligence. This was never true before. This could become true very, very quickly, with far-reaching consequences.”

Harari said software "has mastered the human language and can use that skill to mold culture."

To conform the culture to a global worldview.

And he said this: "Contrary to what some conspiracy theories assume, you don't really need to implant chips in people's brains in order to control them or to manipulate them."

The Bible is under attack in a nation founded upon its teachings.

The Davis School District in Utah has removed the King James Bible from elementary and middle schools after a complaint that the Bible violates their new "sensitive materials law," led to a committee review that ended with the Scriptures being deemed age-inappropriate.

The Salt Lake Tribune says while it does not appear to violate "sensitive materials law," which prohibits instructional material that is "pornographic or indecent" it did find Scripture violated the school district's requirement that any “vulgarity or violence” in library material be age appropriate.  

"From Cain’s murder of Abel and the extermination of the Amalekites to the crucifixion of Jesus and the bloody battle of Armageddon, the violence in the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament evidently was considered inappropriate and removed from the libraries."

Both KTVX and KSTU specified that the decision was made regarding the “King James Bible” specifically; whether other translations of the Bible were affected was not immediately clear.

In this case, an unidentified individual filed a request for the Bible’s removal, citing “49 pages of biblical verses” that could be considered in violation of the guidelines.

Could the World Economic Forum bible be the solution to these kinds of problems? The AI version could strip the "hate" verses describing how God feels about sin and erase the "49 pages of Scripture that offend the "unknown" dissenter while highlighting that "love wins.?"

It could create new gods and eliminate the notion that Jesus is the only way to God. We could be like Greece and Rome. 


The foundation of the Christian faith is that the information contained within the Bible is the Spirit-inspired, inerrant Word of God.

This means that the writings on creation, the flood, and the life, death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ are all factual events, according to the Christian Bible.

Within those pages, in both the Old and New Testaments, are warnings about changing the Bible and the message contained within it (Deut. 4:2; Rev. 22:18-19).

So, thinking from a tactical perspective, what would be the one thing that Satan would ultimately try and corrupt to lead people astray from the truth held within the pages of the Bible?

It would be to alter the very Word of God with a different theology than what is written in Scripture.

This grand deception is why the words of senior World Economic Forum (WEF) advisor Yuval Noah Harari, a homosexual, Israeli author, and historian who holds mostly to atheistic beliefs in spirituality, about having AI re-write the Bible are so dangerous.

Considered by many to be one of the most influential intellectuals in the world today, his statements are taken quite seriously by millions around the world, and should not be merely brushed off as heretical by Christians.

His books, which have sold over 45 million copies worldwide, have been recommended to society by some of the largest names on the planet, including Barack Obama, Bill Gates, and many other influential figures.

So, when Harari brings up the concept of “correcting” the Bible, Christians should know that many people will side with him and agree.

Jesus said this: Matthew 7:15-20:

Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.

Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thorns, or figs from thistles?

Even so, every good tree bringeth forth good fruit, but a corrupt tree bringeth forth evil fruit.

A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can a corrupt tree bring forth good fruit.

Every tree that bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down and cast into the fire.

Therefore, by their fruits ye shall know them.

Be Informed. Be Wise. Be Discerning. Be Vigilant. Be Faithful. Be Prayerful.