On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank comments on the Oxford Dictionaries word of the year for 2016, “post-truth.” According to Oxford Dictionaries the word post-truth is an adjective that relates to circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief. All of this begs the question: what is truth? Or, why is truth important? When standing before Jesus, Pontius Pilate asked this same question. Pilate stood toe to toe with the very personification of truth and yet missed its reality. Much like Pilate, postmodern people today miss the truth as well. Unfortunately, the death of truth spells the death of civilization. We must remember, however, that truth is true even if everyone denies it, and a lie is a lie even if everyone affirms it.
Hank answers the following questions:
Who said Jesus was born on December 25th? Where does the Bible says this?
If Christians have been forgiven, why must we still stand before God in judgment?
Is cremation Biblical?
I have been hearing all these teachers say that those in hell will eventually be terminated. Is it true that we don’t have an eternal soul that will live forever?
Do you know of any teaching that connects the “I AM” sayings of Jesus with the tabernacle?
Are we breaking the fourth commandment by worshipping on Sunday?
If God is omnipresent, how can hell be separation from the presence of God?
Wouldn’t the Antichrist have to line up with Old Testament prophecy?