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On the Objective Reality of God
January 13, 2014
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On the Objective Reality of God

Objective Reality versus Subjective Empiricism, which holds that Reality is subject to Human Perception.

Vic Biorseth, OWM; Saturday, January 11, 2014
http://www.catholicamericanthinker.com

Believe it or not, when we talk about Absolute Truth and "Perceived" Truth, we are talking about God. Even if we don't believe in God. When we discuss Moral Absolutes and Moral Relativism, we are, again, talking about God. Whenever we are talking or thinking about Reality, whether we want to admit it to ourselves or not, we are talking or thinking about God.

Definition of Objective Truth: That which is. Reality. Existence.

Again, as we have said before, Objective Truth is absolutely independent of the human mind. What we think about it, how we think about it, whether we think about it or not, it continues to exist, unchanged and unaffected, and it continues to be absolutely independent of whatever we may or may not think about it, or whatever we may try to do about it. It remains unchanged.

And, Subjective Truth, or Subjective Reality is that reality which we "perceive" to be "true" based on our opinions, psychology, education, emotions, experiences, influence of others and even our mood of the moment. These days, Subjective Truth is more and more aligned with politics and political agendas than with studied perceptions. When that happens, Subjective Truth morphs into purposeful lies with a goal of deception regarding actual reality, told for what is felt to be good cause. More on that later.

(Continue Objective Reality)



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