We can’t fix a problem we’re unaware of. It took someone teaching me about truth for me to learn to love truth. Chantelle’s words are spot on! You go, girl!
A “post-truth” world.
Anyone seeking to be a Christ-follower should be concerned at the thought of this – yet, according to current trends, this is where we are at. Oxford Dictionary named “post-truth” the word of the year in 2016 (followed up by “youthquake” in 2017). This generation, as a whole, sees truth as a more fluid thing – led by emotion, circumstance, and place – a thing that can be anything to anyone and of no real definition or substance.
Today, most people consider truth to be what they believe to be true.
post-truth: “‘relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief'” (Oxford Dictionary).
I don’t know what your experience has been but I, personally, have become increasingly aware of the lack of desire to be “right”. While it used to…
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