An MIT Professor Meets the Author of All Knowledge | Christianity Today


This repost is a once over lightly testimony from Rosalind Picard, who is the founder and director of the Affective Computing Research Group at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For some reason a lot of people seem to think that believing in God and believing in the Bible basically means that you must be in the “not very bright” camp and that reason and logic obviously aren’t your strong suits. This of course is not true, there are many highly intelligent and dedicated professionals from all walks of life that have come to put their faith and trust in Jesus. I hope you enjoy her short testimony as much as I did.

As early as grade school, when I was a voracious reader and a straight-A student, I identified with being smart. And I believed smart people didn’t need religion. As a result, I declared myself an atheist and dismissed people who believed in God as uneducated.

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  1. I really appreciate your posting this, Bruce. The full article is a beautiful reminder that God seeks us out and quickens our hearts so that we are able to respond to the Holy Spirit’s guidance through His Word, prayer, the witness of other Christians, etc. And it is a modern take on Paul, an incredibly educated and strong man, who left everything to serve Jesus. In speaking of boasting about what he did for Christ, he said in 2 Corinthians that when he was weak, then he actually was strong because it was the Lord working through him. That is, indeed, the reality of strength! Blessings to you this fine day!

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    • My pleasure Linda. I’m seeing God move in a lot of believers as of late, male and female and it is encouraging. You have yourself a great day too! Grace and blessings as always.

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