Truth is relative. What is true for me may not be true for you. You believe in God. I’m an atheist. For me, the truth is, God does not exist. See how far this theory gets you with your math teacher. Tell her two plus two equals five. She’ll say you’re wrong. Just tell her truth is relative.
But can two plus two equal five for God? Can God make square circles? God can do anything. God can make square circles if He wants to. And two plus two can equal five for God, if He wants it that way.
But if a circle is a square, it is no longer a circle. Square circles are an impossibility. And two plus two cannot equal five in our world or in God’s world. Why? Truth is not relative. Truth is not relative in science. If it were, we could not send rockets into space. And even if we could, no one would ride them.
Truth is not relative in morals either. Homosexuality is not right for some of the people some of the time. Arch evolutionist Richard Leakey says, “As in all animal groups, the ultimate driving factor in individual behavior is reproductive success.” If that’s true, homosexuality is abnormal.
Years ago, a major network commentator said that Moses didn’t come down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Suggestions. How true.
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