How do you define 'truth'?
Just looking for definitions or philosophies, not arguments.
It is a fact that has already been proved and if you try to prove it again, you get the same result.
The truth comes from within and is about the facts which make it more true in reality, something with great sincerity, and is about an original topic or about oneself.
The truth is just that, the truth. It is a reality, an actuality, an act that has been seen or proven. It doesn't matter if it's good or bad, but only that it is a true fact. If spoken, it must be conveyed as sincere, reliable, and trustworthy to others, in order for it to be accepted as a truth.
Truth is that singular self sufficiency that remain.
therefore it IS
Truth is what it is. Truth is what is right in front of you whether you like it or not. Truth is freedom inside one's soul.
I would say truth is what corresponds with reality regardless of others beliefs or ideas.
Absolute truth is fact/information given from God, who is omniscient. It doesn't depend on interpretation, opinion, or circumstance. I think culture often relies on relative truth for answers. I would define that as something that is currently proven to be true (Ex. The color of a shirt.)
by RighterOne 6 years ago
Is there such a thing as 'Truth'?I've come across a heated issue lately... Is there such a thing as objective truth - that is, certain aspects of reality that stand alone and require nothing else to be 'true'? Or is all so-called truth entirely subjective - that is, it depends on someone to believe...
by boyatdelhi 5 years ago
Jesus answered, “I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me"
by God shet 3 years ago
and scientists might actually be looking for fame and power - and not human salvation...
by gobible 6 years ago
Looking back or even today, man always invented things for his own purpose and satisfaction. So why not think God as a creator and we as His creation and He made us for his own purpose. And why struggle to prove there is no God especially when all the modern science and technologies are becoming...
by Demas W Jasper 2 years ago
How do you define the traits of a Christian?Anyone can claim to be a Christian. When you consider what that should mean, what do you look for to see whether or not its more than just a claim?
by whiteskyline 7 years ago
I find this an intriguing topic, let's hear how you define God. Hopefully your own unfiltered version.
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