TRUTH & DOUBT: Understanding the Enemy’s Strategy (Part 21B)

Welcome to Apologetics with Carl Kerby!

Today, we’re talking about the enemy’s strategies.  

Much of today’s secular education teaches that there is no right and wrong.

A New York Times article by philosopher Justin P. McBrayer recorded his visit to his second-grade son’s school, where he found a pair of signs on the bulletin board: “Fact: Something that’s true about a subject and can be tested and proven. Opinion: What someone thinks, feels, or believes.” In other words, any type of belief — like Christianity — is subjective. McBrayer took these ideas to their logical conclusions, saying “What would you say if you found out that our public schools were teaching children that it is not true that it’s wrong to kill people for fun or cheat on tests?”

You see, there is an effort among some in education to undermine faith’s claim to truth, relegating it to mere “opinion.”

In stark contrast, Jesus states in John 14: “I am the way, the TRUTH, and the life.”

And what are other ways the enemy deceives? We’ll discuss them another time.

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Carl Kerby is the founder of Reasons for Hope and co-creator of the DeBunked apologetic video series. His radio feature, Fast Facts, is heard weekly on VCY America, Saturdays at 9:25 AM Central.

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