“Your truth is not my truth.” 

In this day and age, it’s not quite popular to say you have the monopoly on truth. The same can be said about exclusivity. 

If Jesus’ words were hard to swallow for His audience back then, they are even more difficult to accept in today’s post-truth society.

But if we believe that Jesus was more than an ordinary man or extraordinary teacher, then His claim as the only way to God deserves to be taken seriously.

Pastor and author Timothy Keller once said truth without love is harshness, whereas love without truth is sentimentality. 

However, the salvation we have in Christ is marked by both radical truth and radical love.

How can we share this truth with others in love?