By Thomas Palmer

As shared earlier this week, I have been experimenting with new artificial intelligence software that, while only two months, has sent shockwaves through the media and other industries.

This is a fictional interview with Galion’s own Bishop Brown conducted by a fictional newspaper reporter in 1925. The request was furnished to the software and this article was written within half a minute.

I am sure you will agree with me that this is an interesting result.

We can now tell the stories of the past through the tools of the future — oops, I mean the present! In fact, this might be the first time, anywhere, that this approach has been taken.


Bishop William Montgomery Brown, the former Episcopal bishop of Arkansas, was interviewed by this reporter following his heresy trial, which concluded earlier this month.

Brown, who was born in 1855 in Ohio and served as bishop in Arkansas, was deposed for heresy in October after he publicly professed his adherence to materialism and Marxism. He had also self-published a book in 1923, “Communism and Christianism: Banish Gods from Skies and Capitalists from Earth,” which further outlined his beliefs.

During the interview, Brown defended his beliefs, stating, “I believe in the teachings of Darwin and Marx. They have helped me to understand the world and the plight of the working class in a way that traditional Christianity has not.” About accusations of heresy, Bishop Brown stated, “I do not believe in a strict interpretation of the Bible any more than my fellow bishops do. I was simply trying to prove that to them during the trial. I wish that the House of Bishops had been more willing to have an open and honest dialogue with me instead of rushing to judgment and excommunication.”

As to the reaction of the Episcopal Church to his beliefs, Brown stated, “I understand that my beliefs are controversial and that they go against the traditional teachings of the Church. But I also believe that it is important for individuals to question and critically examine their beliefs, rather than simply accepting them without question.”

This heresy trial, which was only the second of its kind since the founding of the Episcopal Church in America in 1789, has sparked a wide-ranging debate about the role of religion in society and the rights of individuals to hold and express their own beliefs.

It should be noted that Bishop Brown has been known to make controversial statements in the past, including his support of segregation and justification of lynching of black men accused of the rape of white women.

In conclusion, Bishop William Montgomery Brown’s heresy trial and subsequent deposal has sparked a nationwide conversation about religion, beliefs, and freedom of speech. The former bishop stands by his unorthodox views and holds that it is important for individuals to question and critically examine their beliefs.