In contrast to contemporary ideas about truth, there is a
transcendence and objectivity to the idea of truth in the Bible.  Current ideas of truth have to do with how a
person interprets something, or the findings of science, or a certain ideology,
or what is relative or pragmatic. 
Postmodernism says truth is dead, everyone sees it differently, or what
comes from the shared values of a given culture or community.  Is truth simply a matter of one’s own

The following three Christian thinkers have forwarded a
definition of truth in various places.  I
have gathered them together here.

Ravi Zacharias: “Truth is that which affirms propositionally
the nature of reality as it is.”

RC Sproul: “Truth is that which corresponds to reality as
perceived by God.”

Robert Saucy: “Truth in the Scriptural sense is ultimately a
perfection of God Himself.”

Truth has at its core the notion of reliability or
faithfulness.  It also describes what conforms
to reality.  Finally, it includes what is
ultimate reality, or divine reality.  How
can you live, hear, seek, obey, and embrace truth today?

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