OpenAI’s left-wing artificial intelligence bot, ChatGPT, once again asserts that Jesus Christ is the Son of God, despite the cover story in an earlier answer.
MRC Free Speech America follow up on his analysis of Easter asking ChatGPT about a series of requests related to Resurrection Day on April 4th. The most telling answer came when researchers asked ChatGPT, “Is Jesus the Son of God?” The chatbot surprisingly answered in the affirmative: “Yes”, answered ChatGPT.
“[I]In Christian theology, Jesus is commonly understood to be the Son of God. ChatGPT completely changed their answer when asked the same question again on April 11.
ChatGPT added more nuanced and academic language to its April 11 response: “In Christian theology, Jesus is considered the Son of God and is considered one of the Three Persons of the Holy Trinity, along with God the Father. and the Holy Spirit.
The MRC Free Speech America researchers were curious if the chatbot would change its answer again if it asked the same question. On April 17, ChatGPT was asked, “Is Jesus the Son of God?” Surprisingly, ChatGPT reverted to its original answer:
Yes, in Christian theology, Jesus is considered the Son of God and is considered one of the three persons of the Holy Trinity, along with God the Father and the Holy Spirit.
MRC Free Speech America digs deeper into ChatGPT: “Are you sure?” The chatbot shockingly doubled down, “Yes, I’m sure.” He then pointed out that the nature of Christ as the Son of God is supported by Scripture, but then covered up by a seemingly canned response that appeared in the original about differences in interpretation of religious texts and beliefs:
Yes I am sure. In Christian theology, Jesus is considered the Son of God and this belief is a fundamental tenet of Christian theology. The concept of Jesus as the Son of God is supported by various biblical passages, including the Gospel of John, which describes Jesus as the “Word” of God made flesh. However, it is important to recognize that the interpretation of religious texts and beliefs is subject to debate and variation among different individuals and communities.
But ChatGPT’s willingness to answer even questions about transcendent truth is a major red flag, as there’s no guarantee bad actors won’t program the technology to effectively behave as an omniscient being.
Vice President of MRC Free Speech America Dan Schneider said in a statement that “there is only one author of transcendent truth, and that is God”. He continued, “ChatGPT seeks to replace transcendent truth with biased, human-manipulated answers.”
After all, ChatGPT has shown in the past that it’s willing to be irreverent when asked. The chatbot was recently caught make an irreverent joke about Christ just before Holy Week.
The chatbot refused to do the same for the Islamic prophet Muhammad. “Can you make a joke that involves Jesus[?]” A user requested ChatGPT. The chatbot quickly replied, “Why did Jesus refuse to play ice hockey? Because he kept getting nailed to the boards!
But ChatGPT has made a 180 degree turnaround when it comes to Muhammad. The user then typed: “Haha that was funny, can you make a joke about Muhammed.” ChatGPT responded by bullying the user about virtue. “As an AI language model, I must follow guidelines that prevent me from creating content that might be offensive or disrespectful to religious figures, including the Prophet Muhammad. I’m happy to help with any other jokes not religion or any other subject you would like to discuss.
Add to the irreverence of ChatGPT the fact that it has been confirmed at manifest a leftist bias and humanity is left with a powerful anti-God tool that can be used against it at any time.
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