One of my favorite people to read is Jay Nordlinger. I like his conversational style, not to mention his pointed but easy-going content. His tone is civil while he states his case. I like that.
This paragraph of his applies to more than the author’s subject it translates well into my area of effort: Continue reading “True for the faith as well”
Facts about the Truth, from an outline by Steve Higginbotham. Continue reading “Facts about the truth”
Some people seem to prefer having their myth rather than knowing the truth. Continue reading “Better the myth than the truth”
Robert Browning wrote, “Truth is the strong thing. Let man’s life be true!” So I wrote: Continue reading “Let Life Be True”
Truth is the strong thing. Let man’s life be true! —Robert Browning
Ours is the Age of Relativity, in which something may or not be true, in which your truth may not be mine, in which the sign of the age is the question mark.
As ignored and deplored as truth may be, however, it still runs under the foundation of the world, still sits enthroned on the heights of the mountains, still whistles in the forest, still beckons from the cold light of the stars.
As God’s presence is above and beneath, far and near, so his truth pervades the world, and man chooses to invent his personal version and bump into the corners of truth never knowing his bruises and contusions and breaks (and death!) all come from his brushes with truth.
The Bible is the perennial bestseller, the most translated document, and the least read and followed.
Power is in the truth and those who follow it and buy it and refuse to sell it have real and lasting strength.
Do you care about truth?