The Truth is a Person: Objectivity and Relativity in Morality and More

Reality is objective because subjective and subjective because objective, and both because Personal. (I hold, indeed, that to be is not different from to be known, and that fullness of being may not distinguishable from both being known and knowing, being loved and loving. Indeed, God Himself, in the Holy Trinity, both knows Himself and …

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Grace, Seasoned with Salt, and Evangelism

“Let your speech always be with grace, seasoned with salt, so that you may know how to respond to each person appropriately.” Each human being whose form we see, whose voice we hear, or with whom our lives otherwise touch, is a unique person, created by the Holy Trinity in the image of God. They …

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