11 False [chamac] witnesses [`ed] did rise up [quwm]; they
laid to my charge [sha'al] things that I knew [yada`] not. KJV-Interlinear
witnesses rise up; they ask me of things that I do not know. ESV
This psalm speaks of wrongs that are directed toward believers in Christ, but the real target is Jesus Himself.
Anything spoken in violence, in negative connotations, in opposition toward truth and so forth, is against God.
The Word of God is the written word of Christ, the mind of Christ, the living word in us, which is Christ in us.
That is, when we learn it.
And throughout history since the time of Adam, to Noah, to the time of Jesus, to our time today, the world has produced a saturation of negative and evil directives against truth in many forms.
Whether by the idle gossip of some to the legislative arrogance of leaders, to criminals, to anything in society that you can think of, there is no shortage of false witnesses, which is to say false opinions, false religions, false philosophies, to even the poplar attempt to accept as truth, the many false ideas of life.
The false is just that, false.
To accept or to even promote the false, is to lead people away from Christ, to lead people away from heaven, to lead people right into the fires of damnation. How honorable is that?
And while we have to tolerate the opinions of others, which simply means that we let them have their way without our coercion. That does not mean that we promote their false ideas. We simply stick to our guns and let the chips fall where they may.
In the end, people have to make up their own minds and then, of course, live with their decisions.
The ultimate events of history, is when Jesus, fulfilled so many prophecies, and yet society, did not recognize Him for who He was and is. Instead society condemned Him, for no real reason other than an apostate society is unable to see truth even when it stands right in front.
And even now, Bible study is readily available to nearly everyone on the planet, and yet the vast majority of humanity ignores it, preferring to pursue life as though there is nothing beyond that which we can see or touch.
It is a sad statement for the inability to see the unseen, especially when there are so many examples of the unseen in this universe, proving that there is far, far more to life.
Things that I do not know, refers to evil. Jesus does not participate in evil and therefore is not known for evil.
Jesus knows truth, lives by truth, and is truth.
To ask Him to compromise truth would be the epitome of arrogance and stupidity.