Welcome!

Posted on: August 3rd, 2012 by

Welcome to Supremacy Of God.

The truth of the matter is that all of humanity has a longing to answer four questions. Origin, Meaning, Morality, and Destiny. Each one of those categories must correspond and cohere with the others. The three tests that you can apply when answering these questions are logical consistency, empirical adequacy, and experiential relevance.  When you have applied all of these in the approach of your answers, you have the basic formulations of truth. 

It is in that pursuit that I have created this blog and hope you find a small piece to the puzzle that you are putting together. In the words of Ravi Zacharias, “Helping the thinker believe. Helping the believer think”.     

 

 

 

 

6 Responses to Welcome!

  1. Grundy had this to say about that:

    I don’t have that longing. Just because you do doesn’t mean you can apply that longing to humanity at large. I’d like to learn of our origin, but the other categories are irrelevant to me. And just because I’d like to know my origin, doesn’t mean I can assume the truth from logic and our current information alone.

    • admin had this to say about that:

      So I am to understand you correctly you state that you do not have a “longing” to know if your life has any meaning, if there is a way that would be better for you to respond in a given situation versus another, if there is an afterlife. You admit you would like to know your origin. So, to interact with you on this I must first know what you mean when you envoke the word longing?

    • Greg Jones had this to say about that:

      If you REALLY don’t care about meaning, morality and destiny, then why did you even post this opinion? In a world where these things don’t exist, or we can’t know them, why would any opinion even matter?

  2. Judith Ann Mcdermott had this to say about that:

    Very informative post. Thanks for taking the time to share your view with us.

  3. Grundy had this to say about that:

    I was just using the same word you used. “A longing” means “a desire” in my book.

  4. Vitaly Izmailova had this to say about that:

    love this site – it’s a great blog – may i suggest you get an rss feed.

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