Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Why does Truth need the Qualifier: Absolute?

Paul Williams
asks this very question in his latest column: And So it Goes: What is Truth?

This quote:

"I asked why truth needed “absolute” as a qualifier. Did the word itself not carry enough weight? He said he did not know. He was just a musician. Later I had a thought. Could “absolute” be to “truth” what “perfect” is to “harmony”"

Good thoughts. So if all truth is God's Truth; why do we need the qualifier: Absolute Truth?

Since there isn't anything relative about it - only in God's eyes.

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