We live in a time of information explosion. The news is accessible 24/7 through multiple channels and stations. Yet, are we any less confused about what's going on than those who once received the news by way of telegraph and a thin, village newspaper? We have more information, but it's on subjects in which our understanding is severely limited or nonexistent. We are becoming more and more dependent on wise men, scholars, experts, specialists, editorialists, pundits, and "Monday morning quarterbacks" to interpret the information for us. That raises the question, "Which of them can be trusted?" King Herod turned to "the chief priests and scribes of the people" to interpret the data for him. But the Lord has a habit of revealing the truth through the most unlikely candidates and to the most unlikely candidates.