Her sum vs. my sum
This morning the teller told me my deposit total differed greatly from hers. I checked. She was right. I was wrong.
What if I had said, “I sincerely believe in my heart that my total is correct”?
Would she have said, “Oh, well then, everybody has a right to their own view. Who am I to say you are wrong?”
Is truth what you make it?
Is there such a thing as fixed, definite, objective truth? There is in banking—and in a thousand other areas of life.
Over and over the New Testament refers to truth as something one can know, believe, turn from, etc. (John 8:32; 1 Timothy 4:3; Titus 1:14).
How can this harmonize with the loose “my truth vs. your truth” so prevalent in today’s postmodern world?
It just doesn’t add up.
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