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No matter where one looks, Americans can’t trust what is being told to them is the truth. All of Western civilization is in decline because the Christian church is in decline.
By Jim DeMint, The Federalist, Sept. 2, 2021
Jim DeMint is a former U.S. senator representing South Carolina and the chairman of the Conservative Partnership Institute. He is the author of “Satan’s Dare.”
The American people are growing rightly skeptical of what they are told. For the past two years, they’ve faced an onslaught of lies and misinformation that has left them with little faith in our institutions — from Congress to the White House and even within the Christian church. A sermon I heard years ago should have opened my eyes to what would eventually become clear — we have seen the death of truth in America.
Several decades ago and with fewer gray hairs, my wife and I visited a church on Easter Sunday while on vacation. The sermon stunned me, but not for its incredible insights and biblical perspectives. The pastor, shortly after describing the miraculous and incredible resurrection of Jesus, concluded it didn’t matter if it was actually true — only that we believed it was true. …