Truth and Fallacy
If truth or fallacy can be thought of, is it just as valid as any other idea?
Science insists on much more but is science always correct about everything?
There is little doubt that science is very keen in finding out all out the answers. Yet there are things that science is still extremely dumfounded about. For example, there has been creditable research conducted with groups frequently experiencing drug effects, sometimes as much as those taking an actually active drug. Science can not yet explain this.
This baffling phenomenon, known as the placebo effect, is not limited to drug trials. People can and do experience the placebo effect in various ways everyday. Our brains are much to complicated than to resort to comparing them to computers. It is the other way around. We have modeled computers from our minds and science out of our minds.
Would it be foolish to accept personal testimony as persuasive evidence a real event or entity? Perhaps not. There are many untruths in the world.
When it comes to God however there is just too much evidence and reasons not to believe. How does one find the truth in relation to God? Certainly science as a tool can pave the way to the truth even about God but science can never submit proof either about Gods existence or not.
So the only course of action to find the truth is really not hidden from us. We need to just take another course and block off all the treacherous reasoning. There is an alternative to robotic analytical prisons.
Likened trying to learn what love is by a kiss, we can earnestly establish a personal connection.
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