Somewhere along the line, the real news agencies began becoming like fake news and began promulgating scathing and outlandish commentary and, in many cases, outright falsehoods. It does not take a sociologist or political scientist to tell you that this is an earnest societal problem.
All this week we have been re-presenting a few of the top BreakPoint commentaries for 2017. From all the staff at the Colson Center, thank you for listening to or reading BreakPoint this year–and for your prayers and support in 2018. May God grant you a healthy and happy New Year.
We are already nearly at the end of 2017. It has been a year packed full of events, both good and bad. The world has rejoiced and also mourned. Donald Trump was inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States, ISIS lost control of key territory, and senseless violence left us reeling more than once. Read these 21 newsworthy stories to refresh your memory on the major events of 2017.<p><p>Looking back on this eventful year will hopefully give us greater clarity for the future and instill in us the desire to move forward with renewed energy in 2018.<p><p>Photo courtesy: ©Thinkstock/seb_ra
<p>While “fake news” emerged as a political phenomenon during the 2016 election, lies have been masquerading as truth since the beginning of time. Christians should be encouraged our postmodern, post-Christian culture is having a conversation about truth as something that can be known, identified, and sorted out from lies. I see this as one of the best opportunities in our time to introduce people to the One who is Truth.<p><p> Photo courtesy: ©Thinkstock/Maximkostenko
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