Fact Checking and Disinformation


If you are a Bible believer, many people (including many so-called Christians) think you are misinformed. They have fact checked the Bible, and their conclusion is that it contains much disinformation.

Words like disinformation, misinformation, and factcheck are ubiquitous. Bible language is clearer.

The Bible calls disinformation … lies.
The Bible calls misinformation … ignorance.
The Bible calls facts … truth.

They think the Bible is ignorant, does not tell the truth, and is a lie. Bible believers think differently about “the facts”.

The Bible says God is the highest authority on facts: “Let God be true” (Rom 3:4). What anyone else says is potential misinformation (“but every man a liar”) due to “being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them” (Eph 4:18).

The ruler of this present world is the father of disinformation (“father of lies”).

His disinformation campaign is the biggest conspiracy in the past two thousand years. Jesus was cancelled over it. So was Paul. You might be, too.

Make no mistake, the battle over information is a battle for who decides truth. Beware those professing to be wise who deny what the Bible says.

“Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools, … Who changed the truth of God into a lie” (Rom 1:22; Rom 1: 25).

Let God be true,

Justin “get the facts straight” Johnson

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Published: March 26, 2022
Last Modified: May 7, 2022
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