Setting Limits on Truth

November 23, 2017 at 8:30 am Leave a comment

The largest deception propagated by proponents of most successful religions is the appeal to the intuition that truth must map to our desires. Once this is accepted, the seeker will not admit evidence to the contrary. I’ve heard one apologist argue that if there is no God, there is no morality, then stop there as if there was a legitimate conclusion to be inferred.

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