A. T. shares some lessons learned from his upbringing in communist Poland, including the prophetic words of a grandfather who was introduced to the Bible in a Russian gulag in Siberia–what we see in the world is an illusion, and only Scripture allows us both to see the world accurately and see the path forward. A. T. suggests that in order to fulfill God’s purpose in our generation like David, we must have an understanding of the times like the mighty men of Issachar “who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do”. A. T. also talked about efforts in the area of artificial intelligence to create “Humanity 2.0”–a promise of eternal life without God. This is proceeding with the resources of Google behind it. A. T. posits that technology is attractive because it provides optimism, albeit optimism based on an illusion. Christianity has a bigger and better story, but many Christians don’t know it or don’t know how to tell it. That bigger story is a four-part Gospel (rather than the two-part Gospel of sin and redemption) that starts at God’s creation of a beautiful world and goes past sin and redemption all the way to God’s restoration plan for his Kingdom. A.T. urges us to stay faithful, to keep each other accountable, not to fear what is coming because our God is in charge, and to learn to tell the bigger and better story.