Praise for Post-Truth?
“Jeffrey Dudiak has written a potent book that is a timely invitation to reconsider truth. He does so with eyes wide open to contemporary challenges. ... Dudiak is pointing a way forward, not pining for a past. Our post-truth malaise is the outcome of diminished understanding of truth that settled for facts. He points to a richer and more radical understanding of truth as faithfulness. The result is a manifesto for the renewal of the university.”
—James K. A. Smith, author of You Are What You Love
“Dudiak delivers wisdom that startlingly overtakes us ... and kindness, the depth of which in many respects is the very vehicle that carries it so compellingly. ... Our author has tossed our world, drowning as we are in the deep end of the pool of late and postmodernity, a life vest that, should we dare to put it on, will not simply keep us from dying. It will teach us to live.”
—Curt Thompson, author of Anatomy of the Soul
“Jeffrey Dudiak has written a wonderful, concise treatise on how to approach truth in a post-truth age. ... Writing with the depth of Dallas Willard and the clarity of C. S. Lewis, Dudiak offers both an analysis and a remedy that is sufficient in its overview and compelling in its response. I am delighted by the clarity and guidance it provides”
—Gayle D. Beebe, President, Westmont College