Category: Truth

Aristotle’s Commitment to Truth an Imperative for Biblical Christians

I’ve been meaning to read Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics for some time now, but it’s a tough slog (unlike Plato which I found much easier to understand), so like the typical human being…

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No, America Is Not a Racist Country!

By now most Americans are familiar with “Charlottesville.” I understand there was a protest in that city that had something to do with race. A group of people called “white nationalists,” which…

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This is the third way. A belief in objectivity—in Beauty, Truth, and Goodness—requires neither a rejection of the complexities of the world nor a rejection of those who think differently. In fact,…

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No, Time, Truth is Not Dead

On this day in 1966, Time Magazine published it’s (in)famous cover story, “Is God Dead?”  It was about some radical theologians who decided to take the theos out of the ology. It…

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How the Law of Non-Contradiction Proves Reza Aslan is Wrong

It wouldn’t be surprising if you haven’t heard of Reza Aslan, but he’s becoming increasingly famous among secular cultural elites because he confirms their bias against truth. Azlan is an Iranian-American author,…

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Why It Is Important That You and Your Kids Have a Growing Vocabulary

Words mean things . . . This little phrase is one my kids have heard numerous times over the years, probably more than they’d like. And words are among the most profound…

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In Secular Western Culture You Won’t Be Surprised By “The Word of the Year”

In a previous post on the The 4 Horsemen of the Philosophical Apocalypse, I mentioned that Truth in our secular age is a casualty of various ism’s, like , scientism, and relativism. After…

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Going Down the Rabbit Hole: My Encounter with a Postmodernist

If you are not familiar with the phrase, “down the rabbit hole,” it comes from the 19th Century Lewis Carroll book, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. Young Alice goes down a rabbit hole and…

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Send Your Kids To a Classical School: You’ll be Thrilled You Did. I Am!

In 2012 my wife, fed up with the public school system where she worked and where our kids went to school, was determined that our youngest would somehow escape before he got…

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“Comrade, your statement is factually incorrect.” “Yes, it is. But it is politically correct.” The notion of political correctness came into use among Communists in the 1930s as a semi-humorous reminder that…

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