• There are many truths about many things.
  • There is only one truth or there is no truth. People can have different opinions and interpretations about things. There can be multiple factors that cause events or provide explanations. There can be many beliefs across the world. But it all boils down to this- Questions like what is matter, how big is 'x', how far away is 'y', have only one true answer. Questions like is capital punishment right, what should I get for my friends birthday and so on have no correct answers, just opinions. Despite what people may like to think, opinions have no 'truth' to them unless backed up my hard facts.
  • Yes. But- an understanding of the answer cannot be articulated in words. Sucks! I know, but there it is.
  • Depends where you go to find it. the Dictionary has several types of truth, One truth, two truths, three and four types of truth. I on the other hand; have always felt that the truth will always agree with itself. Also if you look at the concept of truth in the Bible, this seems to be the case. At John 8:32 says "and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” NWT 1stTimothy 2:4 says "whose will is that all sorts of people should be saved and come to an accurate knowledge of truth" NWT and in John 17:17 Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth. KJV. There are a ton of scriptures' that say something similar. So In my onion there is only one truth in the Bible, But in the world; media, social media, government, economics, the truth is relative, and subject to interpterion. If you would like more information on this or other Bible topics, please login to
  • Yes. There is one truth to everything - seeing things as they really are and information that is factual.
  • Of course not. Simple example: within the conceptual confines of mathematics, what is 2 + 2 equal to? What is 3 + 3 equal to? Is "the truth" for the first problem the same as "the truth" for the second problem? If not, then there is more than one truth.

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