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SUMMER SUNDAY DISCUSSIONS – Aug 25, Harry Hart, “Truth.”

Truth: 1) The quality or state of being true. “She had to accept the truth of his accusation.” Synonyms: veracity, truthfulness, verity, sincerity, genuineness. 2) That which is true or in accordance with fact or reality, “the truth.” “Tell me the truth.” Synonyms: the fact of the matter; what actually/really happened; the case. 3) A fact or belief that is accepted as true. (plural noun = “truths.” “The emergence of scientific truths . . . .” Synonyms: fact; verity; certainty; certitude.

Join Harry for our look at “truth,” and what it means (or doesn’t mean) in today’s world.

Join us for coffee and fellowship after the service.