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Pastor Aaron’s Welcome

Hi, this is Pastor Aaron, and I’d like to begin by thanking you for visiting our website. My prayer is that this will be a great asset to your spiritual understanding and that it will even lead to your deeper enjoyment with our risen Christ. So again, I say, “Welcome.”

On the eve of the crucifixion, our Savior looked at the governor Pilate and declared, “Everyone who is of the truth hears my voice.” Pilate sensed that this was more than a man. But fearing the political pressure of the Caesar-worshipping mob outside the judgment hall, he squirmed out of this soul-searching divine encounter by taking the backdoor out of the conversation. “What is truth?” Pilate responded. And then he retreated (John 18:37-38).

Today, people are buying into the same backdoor-reasoning—that there is no absolute authority on truth. And because many believe “all truths are equal” (relativism), they don’t mind others talking about “truth,” simply as long as it remains “their truth.” Because the minute you say that “your truth” is “the truth,” they say that you are close-minded and bigoted and opinionated.

But here is a valid question: Since when was truth an opinion?

As a case in point, when you type numbers into your calculator and hit “=,” does it then proceed to give you a mere opinion, or rather does it present indisputable, absolute truth?