Episode 33: The Christmas Stocking is Full

By Zippy the Wonder Snail | Posted at 9:41 PM

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The Zippy Crew wraps up the year with time spent on things Christmasy, advancements in AI technology, one more look at politics for the year, musings on the 2023 Cardinals season and a look at the intersection of grace and works in the Bible.

Show Notes

Christmas Musings

The boys talk about Christmasy things to kick off the last show of the year.

ChatGPT and AI Advancement

Tim shows Jason ChatGPT and they discuss some of the implications of the rapid advancement of AI.

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2022 Politics Wrapup

The end of an era for the House Speakership, the end of Midterms and a few thoughts about the future of American politics wrap up Zippy’s political banter for this year.

Cardinals Hot Stove

The baseball field may be empty, but things are happening and the boys are excited as we look toward Baseball 2023.

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Rewards and Grace

Jason and Tim turn to 1 Cor. 3:14-15, to discuss the connection between good works and God’s grace.

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Zippy the Wonder Snail is a podcast zipping through the news and culture that impacts you, co-hosted by Timothy R. Butler and Jason Kettinger.

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