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Religion and Theology
Pages 12 (3012 words)
Truth is perceived as a concept or a state which could be referenced from theological frameworks. There has been several acknowledgements from the Bible regarding defining truth in terms of being analogous to God.
Different people gain knowledge about God through diverse modes and medium. From the material from class texts and discussion, one acknowledges that people learn about God from stories, narrations and testimonies of family members and relatives; from theology or religion courses; through the scriptures, specifically through the teachings in the Holy Bible; through attendance of religious practices and obligations (masses for the Catholics); and through personal interests and intentional pursuits. Knowing about God comes from information gathered or collected from external sources or from the experiences of other people who shared the information to others. As emphasized, ““knowing” God is of necessity a more complex business than “knowing” another person, just as “knowing” my neighbor is a more complex business than “knowing” a house, or a book, or a language. The more complex the object, the more complex is the knowing of it”. The critical aspect of the knowing about God is the contention that “knowing them is more directly the result of their allowing us to know them than of our attempting to get to know them”. ...
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