Personal privacy on social media and divine media – wake-up call

Our technological world is down a slippery slope towards the end of personal privacy. Networking on various social media channels, such as Facebook’s app family (renamed Meta) alone, has more than 3 billion subscribers communicating on a daily basis around the world.

Social media offers a myriad of positive communication opportunities, but these channels also help bring more controlled and less private territory.

At least this is what’s behind Singularity. A science that studies computational power with the aim of producing “ethical” decisions like the human mind. Developing an ethical mental representation of real AI is uncertain and highly controversial, but we are now experiencing its precursors. For example, one TicTok user suggested that everyone should slap their teachers. This caused serious injury to at least one teacher.

While the prophecies of peculiarity are theoretical, social media networks have attracted millions of people around the world with the idea that life decisions should be based on group interactions. Much of the obvious misinformation and distrust in today’s world is the result of false groupthink decisions.

In contrast to the ever-changing computer technology, the Holy Spirit of God urged the apostle John to write the first New Testament letter focusing on intelligent design for reliable interpersonal communication and meaningful relationships. .. John’s readers were convinced that they would protect the relationship between father and son and share this relationship with others. John’s words are as wise today as they were when they were written in the first century AD.

The apostle did not focus on predicting the future potential of mankind in his letter. Instead, he developed a message of God’s mighty grace that gives hope and self-confidence. Tell him that his love is eternal and his personal relationship with him is eternal.

John also wrote an additional related topic: “This is the message you heard from the beginning, we should love each other.” (1 John 3:11). We have sources of information that surround us that bring out both our own self-esteem and our love for others. That guarantee is not just a hopeful statement, but an actual event in which Jesus Christ gave us his life. For this reason, John gives the main instructions. “Love little children, do not love with words and tongue, but with deeds and truth” (1 John 3:18).

While on earth, Jesus always linked what he said with what he had accomplished, so the two were inseparable. Therefore, we should not look at Jesus’words and their teachings apart from the actual events of Jesus’ life. When Jesus lived his life on earth, he was in the same world we live in now, so we walked the same as when we met people in need of love. You should walk the “road” … it’s everyone. It is ideal to walk as we speak, but it is possible when we have a close relationship with God.

His grace guarantees all eternal life relationships with him. “These things I wrote to you who believe in the name of the Son of God are to let you know that you have eternal life.” (1 John 5:13). John realized to all that the Holy Spirit was the provider of this guarantee. (1 John 3:24). Spirit is the third person of the Holy Trinity and a quiet member. He never points to himself, but always points to Jesus Christ because of his personal relationship with God and with each other.

God’s medium is intimately personal, safe and secure. In addition, he offers a blessed guarantee of his personal endless love.

William Chapel is the elder of the Trinity Baptist Church in Allentown.He can reach at billchpl@aol.com

Personal privacy on social media and divine media – wake-up call

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