Is your truth really different than the truth? Let's break it down.
Television, social media influencers, and college campuses are rife with statements like, "that's true for you, but my truth is." Or, "you live your truth, I'll live mine."
But these are logically fallacious. Imagine if your boss withheld your paycheck because his truth says you didn't work enough to deserve it?
Truth is not something a person can create simply by throwing some pixie dust in the air, doing a sashay making an off-the-wall statement then "poof" it happens. When something is true, your belief or disbelief does not validate or invalidate it.
In order to discern mere preferences from objective reality, a real standard is needed. It cannot be ourselves, since we have our own biases. It cannot be culture - because that is based upon individuals grouping together. Not even the Constitution of the United States can be this standard.
It's a foundational, world view issue. The most important part of a building or home is the cornerstone. When laid, the total weight of a structure is set upon it. The straightness of walls derive from it, and the building's levelness is traced to this foundational stone.
Does a Cornerstone, upon which we can base our world view and win the Battle for Truth, exist?
The Apostle Paul says we, "are built upon the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ himself being the chief corner stone; In whom all the building fitly framed together groweth unto an holy temple in the Lord," Ephesians 2:19-22.
Jesus Christ is the Cornerstone of the True, the Good and the Beautiful. You don't have to accept this to validate it; He is the Foundation of Truth.
Here is the Breakdown: you cannot have a definite truth without having something against which you measure said truth.
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