Discipleship in a Post-Truth Culture

by Dr. R. Allen Jackson

Southwestern D6 Family Ministry Journal (Volume 5)





Abstract: We live in a culture that is characterized by a definition of truth based more on emotion than on evidence. We study a Bible that says that Truth is a person and not a concept and that we can know the Truth and be freed as a result. In the collision of opposite worldviews, biblical discipleship is allowing our story to be absorbed into the grand story that is life as a Jesus-follower.

R. Allen Jackson, Ph.D., is a husband, father, grandfather, professor, and pastor. He currently serves as the senior pastor at the Dunwoody Baptist Church of Atlanta, Georgia as well as part-time faculty at the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (where he served full time for 22 years). He is the author of numerous articles, books, chapters in books, curriculum, and sermons.