9 Jan 2012

Inspiration from a Blind: Where's Truth?

Submitted by Stephen Winters
TitleInspiration from a Blind: Where's Truth?
Publication TypeWeb Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsCheng, DS
Access Year2012
Access DateJan 9, 2012
Last Update DateNovember 01, 201
Publisherblog.shirleycheng.com
KeywordsBible claimed to be Truth, Bible claimed to be Word of God
Abstract

Do you desire to know the truth? How valuable do you believe the truth is?

Nowadays, people believe there is no absolute truths—it's just a matter of personal choices. When we believe that everything can be true, then it means that we should agree that stealing and murder are okay because that may be true to some people.

When one+one no longer equals two every time, then there is no set standard of doing anything, do you agree? Therefore, absolute truth is vital in living a proper life. For example, when everyone believes that murder is absolutely wrong every time, then we all can know how to react whenever murder occurs. We would set laws to prevent it from happening and follow a set of procedures when it does happen. Otherwise, if we don't believe that murder is absolutely wrong, then we would live in a world of disorder and terror. This is just a small example of how important it is to know the truth.

Where do we find the truth? Many people claim to have the truth, but how could they all be the truth when they contradict one another?

The truth is found in the Bible. Why the Bible? Isn't it just a book like any other book? The Bible is the greatest book that has ever been written, and it contains absolute truths, and nothing but the absolute truths. Now, before you roll your eyes, let us consider why I'm making such an outrageous claim, alright?

URLhttp://blog.shirleycheng.com/2010/11/01/inspiration-from-a-blind-wheres-truth.aspx
Citation KeyctkeyShirleyChengWhereTruth

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