Reality

The truth will set you free. Lies limit you. Truth is absolute by nature. It’s constrained to reality. Lies can go anywhere, but they do you no good.

There can’t be any truth if there’s no foundational truth on which to build a structure using logic. To be sound, all logic must “drill” down to foundational truth. Nothing can be known if there’s no foundational truth on which to build a structure using logic.

Foundational truth can’t consist of made-up stories, preferred axioms with no proof for them, or unfounded assumptions. The only way there can be such a thing as truth (or lies for that matter) is if God reveals foundational truth, which He does. God tells us that the Bible is His Holy Word and that it is without error and valid for every aspect of life. God gives guidance in our lives so that we can know the difference between right and wrong. Those who refuse to listen to God have no basis for saying that anything is either right or wrong or for saying that anything is either true or false.

Worldviews and Assumptions

Every person has a worldview. A worldview is a conception of reality. It's an idea in the mind of the entirety of what exists. Sometimes, people speak of the worldview as if it were real reality when it's only a fake reality. They'll say something like, "Every person has his or her own reality." They'll...

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How Can We Know Anything About Anything?

It is the proclamation of the Gospel, not argumentation, that transforms minds. See Give Them the Gospel. How do you answer the BIG questions in life: Questions, like How do you know that Bible is accurate? How do you know that God exists? How do you know what is right and what is wrong? How...

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Building on Rock or Building on Sand

It is the proclamation of the Gospel, not argumentation, that transforms minds. See Give Them the Gospel. Everything we believe either is founded on the Rock, Jesus, or else it's founded on the sand, axioms. Axioms are just assumptions. They are generally deeply rooted assumptions. Using circular reasoning, axioms are made up and then believed because...

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How Can We Know Which Assumptions Are Valid?

There is no such thing as a valid assumption. Assumptions prove nothing, not even the assumptions made by a famous evolutionist. Not even if they call those assumptions, axioms. Not even if they claim that their assumptions are the correct assumptions. Evolution isn't science. Detailed Answer One of the reasons that many intelligent people have...

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Basic and Concise 15-minute Guide to Practical, Useful, Logic and Reasoning

THREE PROBLEMS First, logic is often seen as a way to win debates. There is no concern about finding truth. Debates are seen as contests to see who is right. They are arguments, not in the logical sense. This attitude can be plainly seen in web pages devoted to logic and even in some books...

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Problems With Logic and Reasoning

If you are bewildered by Logic and Reasoning, you are not alone. The language that is used to describe Logic and Reasoning seems to be deliberately designed to make the concepts of Logic and Reasoning hard to understand. For that reason, we have created this concise guide to logic and reasoning. We ought to be...

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Revelation from God is the Only Way to Sanity

Revelation from God is the only way to escape from error.  Logic collapses if it is not based on God's revelation.  Every thought needs a foundation.  If the foundation is another thought, then that thought needs a foundation.  Jesus Christ is the foundation of all thoughts except those that are error.  The person who tries...

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A Personal Note on Logic, Science, Understanding, and Wisdom

How simple everything has become! It is as simple as learning to hear the Voice of the Christ Who is leading us and to respond in submission to Him. This is what righteousness is based on. And it is His grace that does the righteousness through us. It is His Voice that we hear through...

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