- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
Truth and truth are one and the same thing, and all attempts to separate them are verbiage.
The truth or the truth is what it really is.
But in addition to this concept, there are two more.
Knowledge. This is when a person knows the truth.
Faith. More precisely, not exactly faith. In some languages, there is a separate word for this – credere, glaube, believe-this is when a person believes that he knows the truth. This may or may not be true.
To find out if we really know something, we need to check it, either from our own experience, or from a reliable source, which in turn we need to check…
So, the answer to the question is: there is faith in religion. And whether there is truth in it… It's a matter of faith. Believers believe that there is.
Verbiage turned out, but what can you do…
Truth and truth, a rather strange division, are what we believe and nothing else. Science, art, and religion all have the same goal: by using visible things to show people things that are not visible to them, that is, to organize the world and the place of man in it.
Raising the question of truth and truth is artificial. What you believe is true. For example, you “know” that the Earth revolves around the Sun. But this is a misconception. The Earth REVOLVES around the Sun.
In fact, everything is very simple. The truth, as they say, everyone has their own, and the truth is one. In other words, the truth is the truth of the truth. In spiritual literature we can find the truth. But not every person will open it. It all depends on the intellectual development of this person.
There is truth in any, even the most harmful and false teaching. Otherwise, no one will perceive a pure lie and easily expose it. In religions, the percentage of truth is quite high, although there is always a lie. Because people adapt religion to their needs over time. It is better to focus on what religions have in common – this is most likely close to the truth.
Truth exists outside of dualism. Truth is related to time or duality, ( true today or in this century , and false in the next). today the bread roll is fresh and it is true, and a month later it is not and it is also true. Time is two-dimensional (has a beginning and an end) . Yes-No this is also a dual pair , so make your own conclusions.
Most religions claim a monopoly on the truth about God and the universe. However, our world is one, the physical laws in it are one, so the Creator must be one and the religion must also be one. All this is confirmed by the Bible (Ephesians 4:5) Where do so many religions come from? If there is only one truth, then it turns out that not all of them are true. Who can benefit from lying about God? The answer, oddly enough, is also found in the Bible. It tells how the Creator God had an enemy. He is called Satan and the Devil, which means Adversary and Slanderer. (Revelation 12:9) He “deceives the whole world” (Modern translation) Obviously, its purpose is to misrepresent the Creator God, to blacken his reputation. Think about it, do all of them present God as loving and just as he is described in the pages of the Bible? Make your own conclusions.
The truth is what it really is.
A lie is something that isn't really there.
The truth is a lie of the majority.
Truth and falsehood are qualitatively different, Truth is not a Lie, And Falsehood is not the Truth. For example, the truth is “wet water”, “salty salt”. This is always the case.
True and False – differ quantitatively. For example: “Julius Caesar the great Roman general and emperor” or ” US President Barack Obama.”- This was considered true at a certain time, when most people claimed that it was so. And a lie at any other time. Because most people don't say so anymore.