In 1966, the number of people who believed in God was staggering. Over 97% of the American people said they did.

Time passed, and 60 years later, the number had fallen by a third.

So people today go looking for answers. And where else does a modern turn for his answers? Google. Its artificial intelligence doing brute force calculations feeds up answers.

But AI (artificial intelligence) has become the god that tells us what to eat, what to wear, and how to think. But that the power comes humans carving out the electronic hieroglyphics of hexadecimal.

You could say, “Hey Google, what should I do with my life?” But your answer would not be God’s answer.

We now reflect a more ancient age that Paul observed.

“Claiming to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images resembling mortal man and birds and animals and creeping things.” (Romans 1:22–23)

As much as technology aids our lives, it is not a substitute for the Maker of life.

If you want to know what God thinks, don’t ask Google. Ask God. He gives a better answer.

-Robert G. Taylor-