Ten Questions To Determine The Feasibility of Absolute Truth
Whether you’re a simple singer songwriter, a corporate CEO, a truck driver, a teacher, or a mom or dad it might be a good idea to know if absolute truth exists.
Test your knowledge of absolute truth with these 10 quick questions:
1. Which is a better book to read?
A. The Bible
B. The Purpose Driven Life
2. Which is better to use when discussing matters of life with someone?
A. The truth
B. Awareness of and sensitivity to their feelings
3. Which has more evidence and is easier to prove?
A. That Jesus existed
B. That you exist
4. When a woman becomes pregnant, inside her is…
A. Another human life
B. No one can truly say
5. Who is more likely to be shot and killed?
A. An American citizen in America
B. A soldier in the mid-East
6. Who is more likely to become an unwed mother?
A. A public school girl
B. A homeschool girl
7. Which will always be absolutely wrong…no matter what?
8. “Rights” are something you can…
B. Vote on
9. Even the tiniest single cell is…
A. Irreducibly complex
B. An amazingly unexplainable phenomenon
10. Truth exists because…
A. God exists
B. I say so
Does your worldview make you say something like, “Truth doesn’t exist.” Or “Absolute truth doesn’t exist”? If so, then you need another worldview because your current one refutes itself in about 1 second.
To deny truth is to deny your own existence. Or at the very least, question your own existence. And when you can’t even be sure if YOU exist, then absolutely nothing else you say or do has any meaning or relevance. After all, why would I (or anyone) want to waste time debating issues with someone who might not even exist?