Truth and Error BON427A
We live in a day when the claim to offer truth and expose error is met with hostility. There is a reigning cultural insistence that all truth can be reduced to mere "personal" truths. Many in our churches sink into the sands of relativism, which chafe at the bedrock of "the faith once for all delivered" (Jude 3). What can a 19th century Scottish Minister possibly offer to such a postmodern ethos? Pontius Pilate, during the interrogation of Jesus, uttered:" What is truth?" (John 18:38). truth has always spread its light through a dark fog of error and ignorance in which the light is not easily perceived or readily received so that Pilate's vexing question has been restated in our own day.
By Horatius Bonar, Paperback, 176 pages