“What’s true for me may not be true for you…” Really? Possibly?

By Michael Mooney, Exec. Elder   Upon hearing such a thing, it may seem like this is a good explanation for why people believe different things, and a great attitude to hold to enjoy peaceful interpersonal human relations. However, upon greater consideration this statement begins to reveal major inconsistencies.   For example, what if I … Read more

How to share God’s truth in a subjective world

By John B. Sorensen,Syndicated from The Christian Post Let’s face it. We live in a world where our view of truth has become subjective. The moral absolutes that have guided society for thousands of years suddenly have become relative. What’s right for one person is wrong for another. And if we question the status quo, … Read more