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Tag: Relativism

Truth & Argumentation (5 Short Video Clips)

I have agreed to teach two classes by distance in Nipawin Bible Institute. Here are the five short (around 10 min.) video clips I have produced for that class, concerning the nature of truth, and how to argue effectively.

Compass or Wind-Sock? (or) The Christian, Culture, and Truth

A compass which points first this way, and then that has ceased to be a compass. Detached from its fixed point of reference and distracted by some new, closer attraction, it is worse than broken – misleading and deceptive. A navigator who, when asked for direction, indifferently shrugs, humbly admits “I don’t know,” or compassionately asks “which way do you think is right?” has ceased to be a navigator. He is not even being a friend – especially not if he secretly knows the way, but cares too little for your well-being, and too much for his own comfort to speak truth.