NO ONE KNOWS WHAT THE FACTS ARE IN RELIGION IF THERE ARE COMPETING TRUTHS
The Civil Writer Magazine
Science fails to be understood if there are many possible categories of truths in science, all of which are equal or at least, comparable. To simply put it, if there’s a “scientific truth” there will be other truths out there. And if there are other truths to science experiments, clarity must come before anything in what is learned. There must be a coherence or corresponding
theory around those truths. And if there are theories there are no absolute truths to witness.
Scriptures are old results from old observing experiments bringing us closer to a truth but not an absolute truth because there is no proof of them. Being old scriptures cannot be brought forward in modern times and created under the same scientific criteria of today the past cannot be proven but is settled in with faith.
Prayer, faith and other biblical services are not absolute truths because absolute truth is something that is true at all times and in all places. It is something that is always true no matter what the circumstances.
The existence of the sky, sun, stars, moon are all absolute truths in the solar system. The oceans and seas covering the earth are absolute truths at all times no matter the circumstances but religions are not, and faith is not. Religion is not absolute because there are some alternating truths in its doctrines. You can't logically argue against the existence of absolute truth. To argue against something absolute is to establish that another truth exists without proof. This is not to say all is "meaninglessness" without an absolute truth. Religion is our custodian for wellbeing and wellness created by man whether there are facts are not.