Churches are faced with the reality of pluralism. While the basic phenomenon is not new, the intellectual response to it is: the suggestion that plurality of beliefs is theoretically justified. The first casualty of the pluralist agenda is truth. McGrath's approach is to articulate some of the central presuppositions and methods of a pluralist ideology and intellectual pluralism.
This article on the Reformation discusses God's abiding truth as found in the inspired, authoritative Word of God. The author discusses how the reformers viewed the Bible as God's truth, and what they saw as the calling of the church in regard to Scripture.
What is the nature of truth? Truth is propositional, but it is much more. Truth can be characteristic of persons and things and can be the quality of conduct.
God often joins two apparently contradictory truths together. This article shows a few of these truths.
Christians are warned against false teachers. Is there anything we can learn from false teachers? This article offers seven lessons.