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truth is what happened


truth is what i feel
pragmatic


emotivist
truth is what we sense
empiricist
truth is what can be distinctly understood or proven by reason
rationalist
truth isnt a relationship of correspondence between an idea and its external objects, but the coherence or harmony among a set of ideas.
coherence
independant of the knower and his consciousness
objective
dependant upon the knowable and his consciousness
subjective
when they take science and make it their religion
scientism
objectivity therefore real
science
how is natural law constructed
observation
what is truth?
jesus christ
adaptation

true evolution
microevolution

macroevolution
what attributes of God influence our response to evil and suffering?
power and goodness
what you see is what you get
naturalism
what do the questions,"who says?" and "what gives?" impact our worldview
gives us authority and purpose.
example of well-meaning jews ro christians "adding to the Word of God"
bishop usher 4004 b.c.