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  • Absolute Truth

    Contributed by Brian La Croix on Jun 9, 2009

    "Absolute truth" is defined as inflexible reality: fixed, invariable, unalterable facts. For example, it is a fixed, invariable, unalterable fact that there are absolutely no square circles more

  • Is There Such A Thing As Absolute Truth?" In ...

    Contributed by Timothy Smith on Apr 14, 2006

    "Is there such a thing as absolute truth?" In his book, What American’s Believe, Barna reported only 28% of Americans expressed a strong belief in absolute standards. Barna concluded that nearly 3/4 of the American people believe that everything is relative and that man can set his own standards more

  • Absolute Truth Vs. Relative ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 25, 2010
    based on 1 rating

    Absolute Truth vs. Relative Truth First of all, “What is Truth?” Pilate asked that question of Jesus. Today, our postmodern age is questioning that there even is such a thing as truth. They say truth lies in our experience. And if my experience is different than your experience, then my truth is more

  • Josh Mcdowell Says, "[absolute Truth Is] That ...

    Contributed by John Shearhart on Sep 9, 2006

    Josh McDowell says, “[Absolute truth is] that which is right for everyone, at all times and at all places.” My wife and I are big fans of steak. She swears A-1 barbeque sauce is the only sauce worth mentioning. I prefer a sweet honey sauce. If I said, “Honey barbeque sauce is better than A-1,” more

  • Fewer Absolute Truth Believers: Some 20 Months ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 17, 2006

    Fewer Absolute Truth Believers: Some 20 months prior to the 9/11 attacks, people were asked if they believed that “there are moral truths that are absolute, meaning that those moral truths or principles do not change according to the circumstances” or that “moral truth always depends upon the more

  • Truth—not So Absolute: The People Groups Least ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 17, 2006

    Truth—Not So Absolute: The people groups least likely to believe in absolute moral truth are Baby Busters (those 36 and younger—only 13% embrace absolute truth), Catholics (16%) and adults who are not born again Christians (15%). The groups most likely to endorse the existence of absolute moral more

  • I Believe, Absolutely, That Truth Is The ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 11, 2007

    "I believe, absolutely, that truth is the strongest and most powerful weapon a man can use, whether he is more

  • Tolerance Vs. Absolute ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jun 20, 2010

    Tolerance vs. Absolute Truth Throughout Scripture and until our present day, many people have a problem with TRUTH. In fact, it is not politically correct today to say that there is even such a thing as absolute truth! Stanley Grenz, a well-known spokesman for this new tolerance, says that “truth more

  • Truth Stats In ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Sep 1, 2008

    TRUTH STATS IN BELIEVERS A 2002 survey by the Barna Group found that adults, by a 3-to-1 margin believe that truth is relative to each individual person and his or her circumstances as opposed to the concept of absolute truth. And frankly, that isn’t all that surprising. But what is really more

  • Biblical Truth

    Contributed by Bobby Scobey on Mar 2, 2009
    based on 1 rating

    BIBLICAL TRUTH Both George Gallup and George Barna, eminent pollsters and close church observers, have noted declining biblical literacy in the church. The majority of born-again Christian do not believe in absolute truth. 60% of Americans can’t name five of the Ten Commandments. 50% of high more

  • Absolute Moral Truth: 35% Of Adult Americans Say ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 26, 2006

    Absolute Moral Truth: 35% of adult Americans say moral truth is absolute, not dependent upon circumstances. 32% say it is always determined by the situation and 33% don’t know if it is absolute or relative. 70% of evangelicals believe it’s absolute and 42% of non-evangelical born again adults more

  • What Is Truth?

    Contributed by John Bright on Oct 16, 2022

    I hate to be the bearer of bad news… but there is a deep divide in this sanctuary. No – it’s not what you think. It’s not political parties. It’s not hot-button social justice issues. Nope, it’s our view of “What is truth?” Here’s a way to view our divide from Os Guiness: “Three baseball more

  • Truth Needs To Be Sought, Found And Expressed ...

    Contributed by W Pat Cunningham on Jul 25, 2009

    “Truth needs to be sought, found and expressed within the “economy” of charity, but charity in its turn needs to be understood, confirmed and practiced in the light of truth. In this way, not only do we do a service to charity enlightened by truth, but we also help give credibility to truth, more

  • Americans Are Most Likely To Base Truth On ...  PRO

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Aug 14, 2002
    based on 13 ratings

    Americans Are Most Likely to Base Truth On Feelings Pontius Pilate asked the classic question, “What is truth?” Do you know what Americans think about truth? Find out in this week’s report. · By a 3-to-1 margin (64% vs. 22%) adults said truth is always relative to a person’s situation. The more

  • There Are Even New Words That Have Replaced Old ...

    Contributed by Don Jones on Sep 24, 2006

    There are even new words that have replaced old ones to better reflect this culture of diversity. I did a little research this last week and found lists of politically correct words to help us better understand what is happening in our world. John Leo says in, "Double Trouble Speak," U.S. News more

  • Reason Itself Is Fallible, And This Fallibility ...

    Contributed by Sermon Central on Feb 7, 2006

    Reason itself is fallible, and this fallibility must find a place in our logic. Nicola Abbagnano (1901–1990), Italian philosopher. more

  • God Is Absolute

    Contributed by Tim White on Apr 3, 2013

    GOD IS ABSOLUTE If we bought a new piano or a new organ and moved it into the sanctuary, we would need to tune it, or everything else, typically. The impression is that there are differences in how the instruments are tuned. If the new piano is tuned a little higher than the old equipment, then more

  • Even If You Never Saw The Movie "A Few Good Men," ...  PRO

    Contributed by Mary Lewis on Aug 6, 2003
    based on 8 ratings

    Even if you never saw the movie “A Few Good Men,” you’re probably familiar with one scene. Tom Cruise plays a military lawyer and is interrogating tough-guy Jack Nicholson. Cruise is getting nowhere and finally yells, “I WANT THE TRUTH!” And Jack Nicholson shouts back. “YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE more

  • Truth

    Contributed by Rodelio Mallari on Jan 9, 2012

    TRUTH One of the most telling examples is our view of truth. In the 1960s, 65 percent of Americans said they believed the Bible is true; today that figure has dropped to 32 percent. Even more dramatically, today 67 percent of all Americans deny that there's any such thing as truth. Seventy percent more

  • George Barna Is A Christian Pollster. He Took A ...

    Contributed by Matthew Sullivan on Feb 17, 2008

    George Barna is a Christian pollster. He took a survey in which he found only 44% of people who claimed to be Christians believe in absolute truth. The survey also showed that only 9% of teens who claimed to be Christians believe in absolute truth. We have a culture that believes there is no more