There appears to be a growing trend in social media such as Facebook to quote articles that appear to be true, which seem to have legitimacy though they often hinder our genuine Apologetics efforts. For example, here is an article allegedly quoting Pope Francis from the Third Vatican Council: :eek:
The most dangerous lie is the one that most closely resembles the truth.
What are some of the ways for us to continue our Apologetics in the face of such obvious distractions designed to confuse, misinform or muddy the waters?
How do we engage social media like Facebook to charitably assist those well-meaning people who do not check facts behind stories before they quote, share or comment on them?
I tried disabling Facebook to avoid this type of deception and mistruth though most recently felt inspired to help be a voice for Catholic Apologetics, so please share any suggestions you have on fruitful ways we can help share with others the true voice of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Blessings and peace.