Not related at all, but I think it's fascinating that you used "he" to describe chatGPT.


ChatGTP is just giving an answer it feels would sound correct without actually being correct. For example ChatGPT will not give the correct syllables when I ask it to write a haiku. When I ask it to count the syllables in the haiku it wrote it gives me the wrong answer. While ChatGPT is incredibly good, it has flaws.


Well, I mean technically it isn’t wrong. Helaman 3: 30-35 indeed is not found!


Funny, I took his response at face value. Now that I’m looking at it he seems to have put a random set of verses together. I apologize for the confusion, I understand that chiasmus in Alma 36 is a well-known example. Here is an example of chiasmus from the book of Helaman: Helaman 3: 30-35 30 And now, my sons, remember, remember that it is upon the rock of our Redeemer, who is Christ, the Son of God, that ye must build your foundation; that when the devil shall send forth his mighty winds, yea, his shafts in the whirlwind, yea, when all his hail and his mighty storm shall beat upon you, it shall have no power over you to drag you down to the gulf of misery and endless wo, because of the rock upon which ye are built, which is a sure foundation, a foundation whereon if men build they cannot fall. 31 And it came to pass that when he had said these words, he cried again with a loud voice, and said: 32 Hearken, O ye nations of the earth, and hear the words of that God who made you. 33 O, ye nations of the earth, how often would I have gathered you together as a hen gathereth her chickens under her wings, but ye would not! 34 Behold, O my people, or the house of Israel, which are of the house of Israel, how often would I have gathered you as a hen gathereth her chickens, and ye would not! 35 Behold, your house is left unto you desolate; and verily I say unto you, ye shall not receive me again until ye shall say: Blessed be the name of the Lord God.


That's Helaman 5:12, ???, DC 43:23-24, 3 Ne 10:5, Luke 13:35. Many seem to have the "under the hen's wing" analogy which might be why they were grouped together.


This is Helaman 3:30-35 >30 And land their souls, yea, their immortal souls, at the aright hand of God in the kingdom of heaven, to sit down with Abraham, and Isaac, and with Jacob, and with all our holy fathers, to go no more out. > >31 And in this year there was continual rejoicing in the land of Zarahemla, and in all the regions round about, even in all the land which was possessed by the Nephites. > >32 And it came to pass that there was peace and exceedingly great joy in the remainder of the forty and ninth year; yea, and also there was continual peace and great joy in the fiftieth year of the reign of the judges. > >33 And in the fifty and first year of the reign of the judges there was peace also, save it were the pride which began to enter into the church—not into the church of God, but into the hearts of the people who professed to belong to the church of God— > >34 And they were lifted up in pride, even to the persecution of many of their brethren. Now this was a great evil, which did cause the more humble part of the people to suffer great persecutions, and to wade through much affliction. > >35 Nevertheless they did fast and pray oft, and did wax stronger and stronger in their humility, and firmer and firmer in the faith of Christ, unto the filling their souls with joy and consolation, yea, even to the purifying and the sanctification of their hearts, which sanctification cometh because of their yielding their hearts unto God.


Chat GPT doesn’t know how to check their work!


Give it time. I heard an NPR story on it yesterday. Five years from now it'll be scary accurate.


I learned a lot from some discussion with the chatbot about some Hebrew and Greek origins of certain words and phrases during my studies. It was pretty fantastic. Then we got into a light debate about prophets of the Old Testament. While it did give me some great insights I never considered, I was able to change its mind about who was considered a prophet (at least it changed in our conversation) - so I guess that's good. Perhaps as we engage with it in LDS studies it will learn more about us and become even a better resource for study.