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Scholars have described Clinton as “the most skillful liar in American presidential history” and journalists have come up with a host of words to describe him—his “want of truth,” his “fluid conception of what’s real,” his “situational veracity,” his “believing everything he says when he says it,” andrepparttar like. One ofrepparttar 143118 earliest bumper stickers skewered his lying perfectly: “Bill Clinton: 99% Fact-free!” [Ibid, p. 60]

Do you think I’m giving Clinton an unfair assessment? I wish I could say that his leadership legacy was one of impeccable integrity—punctuated with openness, honesty, straight-talk, and self-effacement. But, I can’t because he chose a postmodern life style over absolute truth—or even objective truth. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn,repparttar 143119 former Soviet Union’s one-man dissident movement—said in his Nobel speech: “one word of truth outweighsrepparttar 143120 entire world.” [Ibid, p. 10]

I think Jesus said it best—you “shall knowrepparttar 143121 truth…” Then again if truth can be known, then truth exists. If truth exists, then it can be discovered. It should not be created at whim. If truth exists, is it universal? I think so. It’s as morally wrong to murder someone in France as it is to murder someone inrepparttar 143122 Bible belt of America. And if moral truth is universal, then a person who defiesrepparttar 143123 moral law of monogamy in a civilized country will eventually transmit sexual diseases just like a person would in a third world country. Therefore, to know truth, to practice truth is to live a liberated life. Why? Becauserepparttar 143124 same man who said that truth is to be known also said that truth would set a man free. After all, doesn’t everyone—evenrepparttar 143125 postmodernist—want to be free? If so, then all should seek out and live in truth. The Word of God is truth.

Keeprepparttar 143126 faith. Stayrepparttar 143127 course. Jesus is coming soon.

Pastor T

Pastors a small church in Broken Arrow, OK US Navy veteran, retired police officer, and father of three grown children.


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