At a Glance
Are we losing sight of truth in a culture smothered by falsehoods? Even within the church, according to Barna, 41% of American Christians believe that the only truth a person can know is whatever is right for them individually. In this episode we want to help arm you with an understanding of why truthfulness is not just a noble virtue but a critical armor in today’s culture, especially for Christians navigating through the fog of misinformation. We tackle the potent blend of social media and deceptive narratives head-on, addressing the alarmingly popular theories of evolution, and the pressing need for Christians to be the lighthouses of truth as we sail into uncharted waters. Our discussion extends into the societal impact of weaponized propaganda, through the 1619 project, the BLM movement, the social contagion of the sex and gender ideologies, the Covid origins, and the current events in the Gaza strip. Join us as we explore ways to grasp the framework or lens through which we can discern the narratives shaping our public consciousness. The solution is not ignorance, self censorship, doublethink, or winsomeness. The solution is found in the very essence of truth as embodied in Jesus Christ, the Way, the Truth and the Life.
What You'll Hear
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"Christianity is an integrated worldview that is objectively, universally, and absolutely true, reasonable, knowable, and existentially pertinent to both individuals and entire cultures."
Articles to Consider
Brandon D. Myers and Scott Polender, “The Desperate Decay of Doctrine in American Evangelicalism,” American Reformer, January 15, 2024.
“The End of Absolutes: America’s New Moral Code,” Barna Group, May 25, 2016.
When the principles of the Bible are understood as a comprehensive worldview, it has tremendous power to work transformation in individuals, families, communities, and even nations. Too often, Christians are ineffective because they have absorbed cultural thinking that is not in alignment with truth.
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