Varying degrees of truth – or eternal Truth? - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor


On universal, spiritual truths that heal.

When you think about it, we are exposed all the time to “truths” that really have varying levels of validity. For instance, of all the mountains on the seven continents, Mount Everest is Earth’s highest. Is that a timeless truth? Not really. Because of geological events, there will be a day when Mount Everest will be sand on the beach. Or how about the mathematical truth underlying the equation ten minus five equals five? Because it’s perpetual, that feels like a higher degree of truth. And then, above all, there are truths that are so enduring that they reach all the way into the eternal category. Read more.
 

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