5.7.2-The Reformation of Religion

If a God Cannot Be Spokent of Truthfully, then How Can it be a god?

I talk to my god every day. My work is the result of a promise to my god. But like I fight against false statements, false arguments, false promises, and false stories, I also fight against false gods, and the false words of men who create and preserve the false gods. For if god is not identical to, and known by truth then how may he be a god?

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One thought on “If a God Cannot Be Spokent of Truthfully, then How Can it be a god?

  1. Can you please flesh this out?

    “I talk to my god every day.”

    Who is your god?

    “My work is the result of a promise to my god.”

    What promise is that?

    “But like I fight against false statements, false arguments, false promises, and false stories, I also fight against false gods, and the false words of men who create and preserve the false gods.”

    How do you identify a false god? How do you identify a true god? I assume by “false words” you include religious texts regarded as divine scripture. How do you identify false religious writings?

    “For if god is not identical to, and known by truth then how may he be a god?

    What is truth? There is scientific truth, but such truth is subject to change given knew information. Eternal truth, God’s truth, presumably never changes, and science is the process by which we uncover eternal truth, a little bit at a time. But, because scientific truth is subject to change, we can never equate it to eternal truth. We can only assume that as science advances scientific truth gets closer to eternal truth.

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