The FUTURE of Technology is now- from New Google Glasses to 3D Printing of Body Parts
John, Pat, and Chris share about the future and rapid advances of technology. Google is developing a new product called Google glasses. The glasses perform many of the same functions a smart phone does today. It can record either by photo or video whatever you are looking at by your vocal instructions. They continued to talk about the convergence of technology and medicine. Scientist at Cornell University has created life like human ears using a 3 dimensional printer. The “new” ears are practically identical to human ones according to the Daily News. They continued to discuss how technology is amoral; neither good nor bad, the person using the technology is the one who determines its use. At some point they caution us that we will probably need to get off the grid to remain in right standing with God and encourage us to abide with God using a printed Bible, paper journal and pen instead of navigating electronically and not being aware of where exactly the verses are located in the Bible.
2nd Amendment the RIGHT for Every Individual Citizen
John, Pat, and Chris discuss how the 2nd Amendment is a right for every individual citizen afforded to them by the U.S. Constitution. Many lawmakers today are pushing for all forms of gun control. This is not what the founders hand in mind. They continue to discuss a recent segment aired on CBN about the 2nd Amendment is an insurance policy for Liberty. With nearly one third of the United States populations owning fire arms this serves as a deterrent to any future head of government taking advantage of its people.
Pat, John, and Chris discuss Jesus’ yoke in Matthew 11:25-30. It is impossible to do anything good without Jesus. They continue to share that when they first gave their heart to the Lord, they felt yoke of sin and darkness come off of them and how light and wonderful it felt. In exchange Jesus offers us to take his yoke upon us, to learn from him and receive rest for his yoke is easy and his burden is light.