This question is still as relevant as it was the moment Pilate asked it (John18:38).
Contextually we are light years from the time and place of Pilate, but really we are not so far away in terms of philosophical/theological culture. Pilate lived in a time of diverse thought with competing voices all jostling to define truth in their own way.
Fast forward to the 21st century pluralistic culture and it is remarkably similar. Truth is definitely a fluid concept in our postmodern times.
For Christians this fluidity has proved quite the challenge. Our typical, systematic approaches to defining truth- while solid- appear to be unfortunately losing ground to other voices. Folks as a whole seem much less interested in a truth presented in formulas and steps.
So what do we do? How do we effectively present Christian truth to a postmodern world? What is the best way to get our voice about God heard in the cultural discussion?
“What is truth?”
How would you answer that in 2010?