ChatKJV: When ChatGPT Meets The King James Bible

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The Bible will now be parsed by ChatGPT, that is, Artificial Intelligence. Ask questions, it gives answers. But, ChatGPT has no soul, much less spirit. So, it is possible for AI to give meaningful interpretations and spiritual advice to sentient spiritual beings? It would seem not, but that won’t stop people from using ChatKJV.⁃ TN Editor

That was the short message Miracle posted on his Facebook page. He returned to comments asking how it would work and what they would use it for. That was all the push he needed to start work on chatKJV.

Before Miracle and I spoke, I’d interacted with chatKJV.

My query: Making the best decisions for my family in 2023.

ChatKJV’s response: Proverbs 3:5-6 says, “Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct your paths.” This verse encourages us to be wise and to seek God’s guidance for all decisions. Trusting in the Lord and seeking His wisdom in all matters will help you make the best decisions for your family in 2023.

But when I asked its opinion on whether to switch careers, it was honest enough to say it could not provide advice on whether I should change careers because it was not familiar with the subject. It followed with, I do, however, have a wealth of knowledge when it comes to the Bible. If you have a related question, I would be more than happy to help.

So I tweaked my query and introduced the word “concerned”, and voila, the previously ignorant chatKJV had an opinion.

That’s a great question. Proverbs 16:9 says, “A man’s heart plans his way, but the Lord directs his steps.” This is a reminder that God has the ultimate plan for us, and we should seek His guidance when making decisions. By praying and asking for wisdom, we can be sure that the path God has set before us is the one we should take.

One thing I noticed about ChatKJV’s replies was that it didn’t just respond with a scripture to address my queries, it went a step further and added commentary, if I can call it that. It also responded to my tweaked query because of the inclusion of concerned in my third query.

“Keywords are key. It has been trained to respond to feelings and emotions. So when you use emotive keywords, you get more tangible responses.” 

Quizzed on ChatKJV’s performance, a smiling Miracle had this to say.

“ChatKJV is built on top of a generative AI solution called GPT3; it’s an LLM which is a large language model. GPT3 is not the only LLM in the market, there is PaLM. Google and Meta have researched large language models across their whole product stack.

Fun fact: GPT3 is a large language model from OPENAI, the makers of ChatGPT

“However, GPT3 has been the most accessible LLM model to date. So, what it does is essentially train a machine to guess what the next sentence should be. That’s essentially how it works. But you have to train it on certain responses. It’s supposed to guess the next word after what you say, and it has been trained on so many words. It has been trained on the knowledge of ages — Bible scriptures, news, etc.

“So, what you do is to tell the machine to block out everything it knows and focus only on the scriptures. And for every right answer it gives, you give it a pellet. That is essentially the full stack of the whole design, from ChatKJV down to leveraging GPT3 etc. The process is called model fine-tuning.”

Speaking about the accuracy of selected scriptures and the applicability of the following commentary, Miracle said each response is a combination of output from GPT models, Davinci and Curie.

Across the GPT models, there are Ada, Curie, and Davinci. Davinci is the most powerful of them; however, Curie is the most chatty. I asked Davinci and Curie to give me responses. Davinci is always accurate, so it will give you that Bible verse. Curie is always chatty, so it would always be chatty.

“So when Curie gives me a response and Davinci gives me a scripture, I match them. That’s all. It’s a synergy between two of them — the chatty one that does not always know everything and the all-knowing one.”

DaVinci provides the scriptures, while Curry adds the commentary. And according to Miracle, if someone else were to enter the same queries as me, they’d get different but equally applicable responses.

Next steps

s we wrapped up, I asked what was next for ChatKJV.

I am thinking of publishing an app, but I need to hold the fort a bit longer to validate how it is to make it sustainable because right now, it is burning cash. A couple of people have suggested donations. I have a Buy Me a Coffee set up, and some people have bought me coffees. If it is going to survive on donations, [the question is] for how long?

Every time people have conversations, a model needs to be rewarded, and those rewards cost tokens. So sustainability is key. Once I figure it out, ChatKJV will come in an app.”

Speaking more about the reward system, Miracle said he purchases tokens from platforms, and they handle the rewards. Probably trying to dumb it down, he added, “It’s almost like bitcoin, but for AI. You mine with CPU and processing power and get a coin. The rewards also work in the form of processing power and GPUs, which determine the cost.

“Figuring out the path to sustainability would include owning our stack of GPUs, but this is a cost-intensive process that must be worth it if we ever want to do that.”

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Patrick Wood
Patrick Wood is a leading and critical expert on Sustainable Development, Green Economy, Agenda 21, 2030 Agenda and historic Technocracy. He is the author of Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation (2015) and co-author of Trilaterals Over Washington, Volumes I and II (1978-1980) with the late Antony C. Sutton.
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If you are stupid enough to think that you can get real answers from a biased, compromised algorithm calculated 1’s ad 0’s to interpret any book, let alone the Bible, and with VILE political prejudice, then you deserve what you get. You’re not intelligent enough to be here.

Maybe next time around, that is if the elitists don’t completely destroy the planet before your return.

Last edited 2 months ago by Elle

Well said what a pleb Maloney


This is very foolish.

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Craig Weisman

The “authorized version” of the God’s inerrant and infallible Word is the KJV ( not the counterfeit “moderns” which includes the NKJV). Our all sovereign Creator stated in Isaiah 45:7: I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace and create evil: I the LORD do all these things. This savagely absurd chaotic disaster of a world is simply part God’s perfect plan of redemption and judgement upon His creation. Seek the Truth of God’s grace in all humility and sincerity through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, for if you do, it will not be of your own volition,… Read more »


Craig–The KJ is not even close to inerrant and infallible. The original Hebrew & Greek manuscripts are.If you would please do some research you would find that KJ gets about a 5 on a 1-10 scale. It’s OK, bu hardly the best translation. Said with respect. Please know that. I got saved Nov. ’69 & was ‘raised’ non KJ. Thompson Chain Reference was out fav. I grew. Now my fav is the Amplified Bible, Classic Edition. Read from it at If you can go to the Hebrew & Greek to show serious errors in the Amplifed, please get back.… Read more »

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