Home Living Today Media, Movies & Television What Should Christians Do in a World of Fake News? by Tony Perkins

What Should Christians Do in a World of Fake News? by Tony Perkins

2 min read

What should Christians do in a world of fake news? It’s a question I’ve heard frequently from listeners to my radio show “Washington Watch.” Media distortion is a real and present danger, as President Donald Trump knows better than anyone. But in the last several months, the problem has ballooned well beyond the White House gates. The relationship between Americans and the press is rockier than ever — and not just for conservatives.

As Harvard points out, the skepticism surrounding what used to be one of the country’s most respected institution is at an all-time high. A whopping 65 percent of Americans think the mainstream media is full of fake news, including 53 percent of Democrats and 60 percent of independents. An astounding 84 percent of voters said it’s hard to know what to believe online. Over the past two years, Gallup has clocked similar numbers across the country, pointing out that more people have “very little” confidence in newspapers. According to Gallup these are the lowest levels of confidence they’ve ever recorded in the 45 years.

Read more

Load More Related Articles
Load More By Editor
Load More In Media, Movies & Television

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Check Also

A Shocking Truth About School Violence by Shane Idleman

Like many, I am deeply concerned about school violence. A massive shift has occurred. Talk…