Competing With God? Harari Suggests AI Could Write Bible, Creating ‘Religions That Are Actually Correct’

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Noah Yuval Harari has declared open war on God by suggesting that AI may soon be able to write a Bible that is “actually correct.” Such a new religious proposition is met with mostly blank stares, but Harari is dead serious. Unfortunately, AI is incapable of incorporating mercy or grace into its output.

Editor’s note: the title is edited to more accurately reflect the content of the video. Like most Transhumanists, Harari eschews Christianity and the Bible, believing it to be mythology. His faith in AI leads him to believe that an accurate equivalent of the Bible could be written by the transcendent AI. He is not personally creating a new Bible, but rather forecasting that it will be possible to do so. ⁃ TN Editor

A top official with the World Economic Forum (WEF) has called for religious scripture to be “rewritten” by artificial intelligence (AI) to create a globalized “new Bible.”

Yuval Noah Harari, the senior advisor to the WEF and its chairman Klaus Schwab, argues that using AI to replace scriptures will create unified “religions that are actually correct.”

Harari, an influential author and professor, made the call while giving a talk on the “future of humanity.”

According to Harari, the power of AI can be harnessed and used to reshape spirituality into the WEF’s globalist vision of “equity” and inclusivism.

Speaking with journalist Pedro Pinto in Lisbon, Portugal, Harari told the elitist audience:

“It’s the first technology ever that can create new ideas.

“You know, the printing press, radio, television, they broadcast, they spread the ideas created by the human brain, by the human mind.

“They cannot create a new idea.

“You know, [Johannes] Gutenberg printed the Bible in the middle of the 15th century; the printing press printed as many copies of the Bible as Gutenberg instructed it, but it did not create a single new page.

“It had no ideas of its own about the Bible: Is it good? Is it bad? How to interpret this? How to interpret that?”

Harari then revealed that he and his allies at the WEF have a solution to the supposed problems he’d just highlighted.

“AI can create new ideas; [it] can even write a new Bible,” he declared.

“Throughout history, religions dreamt about having a book written by a superhuman intelligence, by a non-human entity,” he added.

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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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Ich empfehle diesen deutschen Artikel “Natürliche,Grenzen der KI” Er ist brillant und zeigt hervorragend auf, dass es das Denken, das logische Folgern ist, das den Rechenmaschinen zwingend abgehen muss, denn ihre Wahrscheinlichkeit ergibt niemals Ganzheit, ist rein additivund temporär. Sie hüpft so zwingend von Recchnung zu Rechnung ihne innere Zusammenhänge zu begreifen. Sie begreift nichts, das ist ihr Fehler, nicht erst fehlende Barmherzigkeit. Es ist eine primitive Wissensform, die schnell ist mit vielen Daten. Aber die kann nicht denken … geschweige denn neue Ideen erzeugen. Bezogen auf die Bibel ist ihre Aufgabe einfach: einfach rauswerfen, was sie nicht versteht… Read more »

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David Westerlund

Maybe AI is not so bad after all. The Bible certainly is a book of history fiction more so than 1984 is a book of the future

Paul Cardin

I asked a question of ChatGPT recently: “Was HMS Yarmouth damaged during the Falklands War?”

It came back quickly and with apparent confidence:

Samantha Johnson

If you’re so in love with chatGPT, maybe you should marry it. Seriously, you all want to pretend to be anti-“technocracy”, but then you go and actually use the garbage that your betters (and they are better) create to enslave you.


All the fuss and hype about AI is nothing different than all the previous propaganda such as climate change, 9/11, C-19, LGTB, etc, etc.

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Samantha Johnson

What makes you think that any of these people think that the bible is mythology? If they truly thought it were mythology, do you think that they’d be working so hard to subvert it?


Has he suggested that AI rewrite The Quran? Or the Torah? What has given Harari his delusions of grandeur?


“It’s the first technology, ever, that can create new ideas.” That’s complete, ridiculous bull. A machine cannot ‘create’ anything new. It can only suggest things based on its input and the parameters therein. If his cadre of criminal elitists can create new ideas via AI, then he’s saying that AI is sentient. Let’s see any so-called FACTS, Harari, that you so avidly push in your sick zealotism. I swear, you are the poster child for evil and mental illness. I have to ask myself how many different sick, evil personalities are running around inside of you and HOW did you… Read more »

Last edited 3 months ago by Elle

God didn’t write the Bible. Human beings wrote it, supposedly claiming to be inspired by God. But it was really pieced together by experts of the day looking for a way to shore up a dying empire.

S. Abraham

The above facts clearly show that nobody can “create” a new Bible!


Personally, my reference was not to whatever “God” you know or to the Bible, specifically. Harari did not specify either. Step out of the box, look around. It’s amazing what one can discover when searching for truth with an open mind.

Last edited 3 months ago by Elle

Es ist schade, dass solche Hypothesen stets ohne jedes Argument daherkommen. Ich bin schon mal jemandem begegnet, der behauptet hat, solche Leute hätten Gott erfunden, um an der Macht zu bleiben. Ist das plausibel? Ich meine: nein. Zum einen wäre es viel naheliegender gewesen, sich selbst zu Gott zu erklären, wie die Gottkönige der Chinesen und der Pharao und heute Harari. Zum anderen, und das trifft Ihre Apologetik: die 10 Gebote entsprechen nicht den Interessen eines weltlichen Machthabers, denn ihre Einhaltung ermächtigt den einzelnen Menschen, der nur Gott und niemandem sonst unterworfen ist. Neulich fand ich einen blitzblanken Porsche auf… Read more »


Well, that is exactly what the globalists need. There is no such thing as “cult-ure” without “cult”, the form of worship on which the “cult-ure” is based.  They will have to create this new “cult” to underpin their fake “cult-ure” and impose it, or “release” it like the imaginary virus of 2019, but the psy-op will be real, and it will undoubtedly be engineered to appeal to the newest most naive generation. There will be a new techno-woodstock of some sort, where all the mutilated castrated rainbow children can sip kool-aid and kow-tow to AI, the facade of their hidden lords… Read more »


Was die Religionen angeht, so wird schon länger an der Vereinheitlichung gearbeitet, Stichwort United Religions Initiative (URI) der UN – gegründet 2000. Seit 1990 ist zudem schon ein Parliament of World Religions aktiv. Es wird gerne vergessen, dass neben Club of Rome später, 2004, auch ein Club of Budapest von Peccei gegründet wurde, der mit den Statuten des World Wisdom Council auch die rechten Geister einzufangen gedenkt. Neben China war auch Helder Camara ein wesentlicher Einfluss bei Schwab – und beim Katakombenpakt 1965 Paul VI. Der war lange zu sozialistisch und wurde unter Verschluss gehalten. Seit dem Verkauf der SU… Read more »