Have you ever been accused of making something up, of telling a fanciful tale? Perhaps as a child someone told you that you had quite the imagination. How do you know that Scripture is true? Can we believe what we read or is Scripture a collection of fanciful tales? Our faith is based upon the answer to these questions. The Christians of Peter’s day were being challenged on this very point. There were those who accused them of following “myths,” “cleverly devised tales,” “invented stories” which they had just made up. They were familiar with the Greek & Roman religions of their day which were saturated with myths of gods and goddesses, some dating back for centuries. They questioned how the things which Peter and the rest of the apostles were saying could be any different? How did Peter respond? How do we respond?