Word of the Year: Post-truth

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Each year, Oxford Dictionaries announces their Word of the Year. This year, their word of choice is post-truth, an adjective defined as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” Andy, Steve, and Terry exchange thoughts in the context of their trip to San Antonio for the annual ETS / EPS meeting.

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Word of the Year 2016 is… from Oxford Dictionaries

Oxford’s Word of the Year for 2016 Is ‘Post-Truth’ from TIME.com

The Evangelical Theological Society

The Evangelical Philosophical Society

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