Proclaiming Truth in a Post-Truth World

By Matt Sapp 2016 wasn’t a great year for truth, and the first days of 2017 don’t appear to have offered any improvement. When Stephen Colbert coined the term “truthiness” in 2005 everyone laughed. Few are laughing now. Colbert used the word to mean something we understand to be true because it “feels” right orContinue reading “Proclaiming Truth in a Post-Truth World”

Heaping coals upon the trolls

By Joe LaGuardia In the first week of January of this year, high school student and editor of his school newspaper, Michael Moroz, missed a few days of school because of threats made against his life. The lethal reaction resulted from an editorial Moroz ran, along with an opposing viewpoint penned by one of hisContinue reading “Heaping coals upon the trolls”