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In postmodern times, our sensory environments are saturated with bright images, intrusive words and blaring sounds-all vy ing for our attention (and our funds). Fads, whether in advertising, politics or sports, come and go with increasing rapidity. It seems that nothing is settled or rooted or stable over time. " Beyond the fragility of shifting tastes, hobby horses and market fluctuations stands the Word of the Lord, resolute and rooted in the eternal God of the universe. "The grass withers and the flower falls, but the word of God stands forever" (Is 40:8).

God is focused in Jesus and not spread all over the map. There is one way out of the spiritual maze-if one looks up to the cross. 30 4. Truth is universal. To be universal means to apply everywhere, to engage everything and to exclude nothing. The gospel message and the moral law of God are not circumscribed or restricted by cultural conditions. When Peter preached before the Jewish religious authorities, he was filled with the Holy Spirit and declared in clear terms concerning Jesus of Nazareth: "Salvation is found in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given to people by which we must we saved" (Acts 4:12).

The body of Christ, like Christ himself, must "bear witness to the truth" (Jn 18:36). 3. Christian truth is absolute in nature. This means that God's truth is invariant. It is true without exception or exemption. Neither is God's truth relative, shifting or revisable. The weather may change, but God will not. An example from physics helps illustrate the concept. According to Einstein's theory of relativity, the speed of light is an absolute limit in physics; nothing can travel faster. 24 A classic text on the absoluteness of truth is Jesus' uncompromising statement, "I am the way and the truth and the life.

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