If Christians Stand for Truth, We Will Not Believe the President at His Word

“For years, as a conservative radio talk show host, I played a role in [conditioning] by hammering the mainstream media for its bias and double standards. But the price turned out to be far higher than I imagined. The cumulative effect of the attacks was to delegitimize those outlets and essentially destroy much of the right’s immunity to false information. We thought we were creating a savvier, more skeptical audience. Instead, we opened the door for President Trump, who found an audience that could be easily misled.”
-Charles J. Sykes, Conservative editor of Right Wisconsin
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“How Could Both Statements Be True?” by Eric Lyons

“How Could Both Statements Be True?” by Eric Lyons

“How Could Both Statements Be True?” by Eric Lyons
As they say in MacBeth, “the battle is lost and won.”
Eric Lyons of Apologetics Press on the myth of contradiction:
“Why is it that in the 21st century we can use words and expressions in so many different ways and have little trouble understanding each other, but when Jesus or the Bible writers used words in different senses, so many people want to cry “foul”? Could it be because modern-day skeptics refuse to allow Jesus and the inspired writers the same freedoms to use words and phrases in different ways? Could it be due to unfair bias on the part of Bible critics?”