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If we can’t be trusted to get verifiable facts right, how can we be trusted about a story that rests on the fact of a dead body rising from the grave?

The High Stakes Of Truthfulness

The core of the gospel message needs to stand on its own. We must stop attaching false or even lesser claims to the central truths of our faith.

This is not a game. It’s not about wins and losses – at least not politically, denominationally or personally.

Lives and eternities are literally at stake.

The message of the gospel requires us to tell the truth in love.

Truth in our words.

Love in our behavior.

In our compassion.

In our emotions.

In our politics.

In our disagreements.

In our online conversations.

In everything.

The gospel deserves nothing less from us.

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October 08, 2018 at 8:49 AM

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