Series: Truth on Trial – part 5
If Pilate had asked a Greek philosopher or a postmodern theologian the question, “What is truth?” he would probably have got a long and confusing answer. If Pilate were here today to ask his question of the average evangelical theologian, he would most probably receive the answer, “The Bible is truth.”
So, in the trial before the Roman governor Jesus, the very source of truth, stood before Pilate and judged him. “What is truth?” asked Pilate; “I am the truth” was Jesus’ implied response.