Book Review: Redefining Truth

What is truth?  How do we pursue truth, and is it all relative?  Can truth be changed over time, or is it something that is?  In His new book Redefining Truth author David Fiorazo sets out to answer such questions.  These questions, and many like, it are answered from a Christian worldview.

His purpose of the book is laid our plainly on page one where the author writes, “Since we are in a spiritual battle, warfare will be part of this process as with any worthwhile endeavor.  This battle requires of us the utmost diligence to seek the truth and find it, proclaim it, protect it, and persevere to the end because truth is the foundation of the gospel that saves us”.

The topic of the this book matters because the truths of the Christian faith seem to be challenged on a daily basis.  The authors treatment of controversial topics such relativism and religious freedom are masterful in their presentation.  However the author’s treatment of Roman Catholicism (I am a Catholic) is something that is straight out of a Jack Chick tract and lacks theological merit.  The also goes so far as to lump Roman Catholicism in with Mormonism.  He also allows himself to get carried away on people, such as Kim Kardashian.

Overall I give this book 3 out of 5 stars, but the author needs to be better informed and do better research in other areas.

[Note:  This book was provided free of charge from Aneko Press in exchange for an honest review.]

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