Truth vs Facts

Passage: 2 Peter 1:8-12
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Peter's use of the term, "present truth" (2 Peter 1:12) does not imply that truth is relative. But rather, our understanding of the facts relative to the truth is. Facts may be true or false, misunderstood or misrepresented. But, truth never changes. Therefore, if you want to make your calling and election sure, it is necessary that you first uncover the truth about the facts. This was Peter's objective. His choice of the word,"alētheia," is derived from a word meaning "not concealed." Join us as Bishop Stinnett uncovers the Truth about the Facts and furthers Peter's argument with examples from the Old and New Testaments.(60 Minutes)

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