Knowing the Truth: An Interview with Stephen C. Meyer

Friday, 30 Jun 2017

In his Essays, Civil, and Moral, Sir Francis Bacon wrote that the difficulty with lies is not just that truth requires hard work, or that it (truth) inconveniently imposes itself by obliging us to submit to it, but that we love lies themselves. With a glut of information at our fingertips and “credible sources” for everything, from the man-on-the-moon conspiracy to a rare Costa Rican fruit that will shrink your waistline, Pilate’s question can seem less like an evasion and more like honest bewilderment. What is true? What is real? How can we know? ...

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