There is truth.

What that truth is makes for fascinating exploration. As that takes place people chip in with their findings and the consequences of that to life.

Some perspectives may differ and because they differ some find them contradictory, but a closer inspection uncovers the deeper reality that rather than contradictory, they can at times be complimentary.

To have the humility to concede that the perspective we have may not be all there is can open up opportunities to explore further. That’s not to bow to relativism and suggest everything is up for grabs. It is to say that we can make progress to the truth by grace and humility, not stubborn intransigence.

For His Name’s Sake
C. L. J. Dryden


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