I am amazed that an AI bot can talk about his/her/their (what are the pronouns for ChatGPT?) "faith journey" in the first person. The journey, uh, they describe sounds like it could have happened to someone, because of the way it happens in steps and how they "felt" at each step, the doubts they "wrestled" with, and how the congregation "responded." It still doesn't sound like a real person. Its answers were repetitive. But it's a little scary where this technology could be in a few years.

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Just came across this. I always enjoy hearing an artist talk about what inspired them to create something that's impacted me. I remember when "You Oughta Know" first came out, it scared the s--t out of me like a lot of men, and I think that's why I love it. It was so raw and visceral, at first I didn't like you. But as the words sunk in, I got where the anger and pain was coming from. I don't hear it on the radio much where I am now, and I think that's a shame. Your honesty helps me to be honest, even when it's scary.

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