The Library of Babel


Jorge Luis Borges wrote a short story titled “The Library of Babel” in which people had access to every book ever written. While most of the books were pure made-up stuff with no truth, many other books contained truth. So the trouble wasn’t the lack of truth. The trouble was that no one could find the truth in the vast quantities of gibberish since they had no way to separate truth from fabrication. With a Babylon of voices that all claim to be right, we live in a world of babble as we try to find the truth in a sea of lies and deceptions.

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Scientia, “Real Faith & Reason Journey”


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