Ideas / Theology / Thinking / May 29, 2012

True, But Not Objective


What is it that convinces us anything is real or true? Proof, objective proof. It’s how we know we can trust a product, person, or perspective.
But what about the Bible? While many treat it like a scientific book that can be proven through processes and argument, it is, in fact, not objectively true. Yes, there are large portions that are historically provable, but the teachings of our Holy Book are not.
There is no proving the deepest realities of the Christian faith. There is no objective proof or scientific explanation for the Trinity, the hypostatic union, the virgin birth, the resurrection of Jesus, the ascension, creation of the universe ex nihilo, forgiveness, grace, heaven, or hell. We believe these to be true and can prove not a bit of it.

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Jun 01, 2012

Or for a counter argument…

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