What is truth
The central person in Christianity, Jesus, claimed to be Truth when he said, “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life; no one comes to the Father but through me.” Truth is God.
Biblical inerrancy, the Bible is without error. All of the Bible is without error, is to be taken as true, no matter what the issue.
Continuous teaching authority, magisterium, which preserves the definitive, i.e. the truthful, understanding of the faith, irrelevant of a literal interpretation of the Bible. The notion of the Pope as “infallible” in matters of faith and morals is derived from this idea.
Especially in these post-factual times: What is truth?
We live in an unfinished revolutionary age of communicative abundance. Networked digital machines and information flows are slowly but surely shaping practically every institution in which we live our daily lives.
Truth is the answer? Don’t believe it
The most surprising long-term effect of communicative abundance and the spread of post-truth is arguably their reinforcement of the modern questioning and rejection of arrogant beliefs in truth. Conceptions of “objectivity” fail to rethink the whole idea of truth as a necessary condition of ridding the world of post-truth decadence. Their failure to cast doubt simultaneously upon both post-truth and truth, to see them as partners rather than as opponents, ignores the need for a new geography and history of truth. Read more here.