If the question posed in the headline above strikes you as irrelevant for somebody working for a senator, representative, congressional committee or a congressional agency, think again.
George Barna, the noted survey researcher who specializes in compiling data about what people believe, discovered something interesting about voters who supported President Joe Biden over now-former President Donald Trump: Most of them don’t believe truth exists.
“Only three out of ten (30 percent ) believe that the Bible is the actual or inspired word of God and contains no errors — which explains why three-fourths of Biden supporters do not identify the Bible as their most trusted source of moral guidance,” Barna’s Cultural Research Center said in a statement about the survey made public Tuesday.
“The dominant sources of moral guidance among the group were identified as their feelings, experiences, friends and family. Consistent with that widespread rejection of the Bible, three-quarters of the Biden followers (75 percent) also believe that there is no absolute moral truth,” the statement said.
Ok, so what, you might be asking. Jimmy Wallace, son of Cold-Case Christianity’s J. Warner Wallace, explains why it’s absolutely crucial whether you believe there is absolute truth or think it’s all relative: