Thinking is Either Based on Made-Up Stuff or Divine Revelation

When people go beyond what God has revealed, the only option is making stuff up.

Truth is Reality

Truth sets a true course. It is the compass for all aspects of life. Opinions can lead to disaster. Truth is absolute by nature. You either know something or not. You can have a strong opinion about things that you don't know, but that's useless. To state that something is true when it's just an opinion based on interpretation of observation is to lie.

Reality and Truth

Making Things Up

Logic requires valid form and a conclusion that follows from a true premise. Generating that true premise is a problem. Premises based on axiomatic thinking are irrational. Axioms are beliefs that can’t be known yet are treated as part of reality. In the final analysis, there are only two ways to interpret observations: axiomatic thinking (made-up stuff) or Divine revelation. Any conclusion that anyone makes about anything is just an opinion if it’s based on made-up stuff.

Human-Generated Knowlege

Divine Revelation

God speaks. He speaks through Scripture and through every method mentioned in Scripture. God knows all things and cannot lie. He is the ultimate and only true authority. Whoever seeks Him finds Him. Ask Him to pardon all your times of failing to listen and obey, and you will be pardoned. Ask Him to rule over you as Lord and Savior, and you will find that the Holy Spirit leads and teaches you moment by moment.

Divine Revelation

Christ Leads, Teaches, and Corrects

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Christ leads, teaches, and corrects everyone who will listen to Him and follow Him. Whoever seeks Him finds Him. All may come. He speaks through Scripture and every means of divine revelation He mentions in Scripture.
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Scientia, “Real Faith & Reason Journey”
DIRECT LINK TO FREE BOOK – http://RealReality.org/Real_Faith_and_Reason_Vol_1_-_Scientia.pdf
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God Speaks Through Scripture and Every Means of Divine Revelation Mentioned in Scripture

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Often, God speaks to us through seeing a miracle or hearing someone speaking by the Spirit of God. In this case (Acts 1:3), they saw the miracle of the resurrected Lord and heard Him as He spoke by the Holy Spirit.

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Scientia, “Real Faith & Reason Journey”

DIRECT LINK TO FREE BOOK – http://RealReality.org/Real_Faith_and_Reason_Vol_1_-_Scientia.pdf

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