TRUTH WAR, THE Paperback – 23 Nov 2010
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About the Author
John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, president of the Master's College and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry. In more than four decades of ministry, John has written dozens of bestselling books, including The MacArthur Study Bible, The Gospel According to Jesus, and Slave. He lives in Los Angeles.
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I did not even know the name for this until I read this book - the name is postmodernism. "The belief that no one can really know anything for certain is emerging as virtually the one dogma postmodernists will tolerate. Uncertainty is the new truth. Doubt and skepticism have been canonised as a form of humility. Right and wrong have been redefined in terms of subjective feelings and personal perspectives." (p.16)"These days it is fashionable to question everything." (p.144) "Postmodernism leave people permanently in the dark about practically everything." (p.158) "...if objective truth exists, it cannot be known objectively or with any degree of certainty. That is because (according to postmodernists), the subjectivity of the human mind makes knowledge of objective truth impossible... Objectivity is an illusion... Strong convictions about any point of truth are judged supremely arrogant and hopelessly naive. Everyone is entitled to his own truth." (p.11) The description of the age is spot on and I can relate to everything said in the book.Read more ›
This book lays open the fallacies of some of the recent movements of the Chrurch toward increasing worldliness. It highlights a few books and has credible quotes from the leaders of these movements.
If you are serious about your faith and are worried about what you see in the world and how Christ's Name is being dragged through the mud, I recommend this book. Although, it must be said that what he talks about is not new if you have been paying attention to the changes in the church.
A good book to have on your shelf and also to give to someone who is searching for more but is confused about where to look.