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Is there such a thing as "Absolute Truth"? Are you absolutely sure...??


I am a firm believer in absolute truth. I find it quite difficult to believe that some will consider answering this question with a dogmatic and passionate "No" and to that response I simply wonder if they are absolutely sure....lol

 

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    breathe2travel 5 years ago

    Seems that answers in support of God, a Truth, or conservatism often receive down votes -- even if there is nothing controversial with them. My understanding of HP is that if an answer adds to a conversation/discussion, readers are to vote up.

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