Together, the collection of essays in this volume seek to explore the place of Christianity, the Church and their claims to uphold the truth in an age of 'post-truth'.
Beginning with a consideration of truth within the biblical tradition, the chapters come from historical, theological and philosophical starting points in their concerns, setting out the groundwork for discussions of Christian truth and science, prayer, ethics and the liturgy.
*Truth and the Biblical Tradition (Nicholas Taylor)
*The Origins of Truth in Philosophy and Theory (David Jasper)
*Truth and Christian Theology (Jenny Wright)
*Truth and the Anglican Tradition (Trevor Hart)
*Truth after Wittgenstein: From Skepticism to Postmodernism (Scott Robertson)
*"Scientifically Proved: " How Science Relates to the Truth (Mike Fuller)
*Truth and Experience: Prayer and the Practice of Ethics (John McKluckie)
*Liturgy as a Repository of Truth (John Davies)
*Today's Church and the Politics of Post-Truth. (Alison Peden)
*Truth and the Idea of the Holy (Steven Ballard)