Friday, January 07, 2011

Arrogant Christianity? MP3 Audio by Tom Gilson

Are Christians arrogant when we say we know the truth? Is it morally acceptable for us to say we have access to truth that applies to every person? Or are we being offensive and rude, trying to impose our version of truth on everyone else? Tom Gilson, of the Thinking Christian blog, discusses the exclusive truth claims of Christianity in this audio entitled: The Truth Holds Us. Original here.

Check out Tom's interview with Apologetics 315 here.

Full MP3 Audio here. (28 min)



Tom Gilson said...

Thank you for the link, Brian. I'd appreciate your prayers this morning (or afternoon there in Ireland). I'm heading out for shoulder surgery this morning, due to start in about two hours. I think you knew that, but not everyone reading here would have known. Thanks!

Davitor said...

Just as you cannot prove that one infinity plus one infinity = 2 infinities. You cannot prove that you hold the truth on your own authority.

Dakota said...

Hey, I just came across your blog by doing a bit of blog-surfing and I'm glad I did! I've added myself as your newest follower, and I hope you'll check out my Christian devotional site as well:

Have a blessed day!

In Christ,

Russell said...


Since this is a little more on topic than our last discussion, I want to ask again. How do you define truth? Also, could you please give me a definition rather than an analogy.

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