Is truth an absolute? Or is it merely what we make of it? Or is there an absolute truth that we can’t comprehend? Or is the absolute truth just what we simplistically see it as? That sinners will suffer while perfection is exalted. That Christ is the one who makes us perfect and takes our sins upon Him. But if it really is that simple, then why is there a requirement of action on our part if Christ already took our sins upon us? What if truth really is not a one-dimensional law of nature, but is instead a multi-faceted law that contains more than we can imagine? Unfortunately we do not know if Christ answered Pilate, but we do have his answer that was given before the question to help us answer the question of what is truth.
Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice
Do we not all hear the Lords voice? Do we not feel his spirit and hear the still small voice? In hearing this are not people of the truth? So as long as we are able to hear the voice of the Lord we are pursuing and doing that which is true? What is truth to you? Is it an absolute or is it subjective?
Plato told us the allegory of the cave. In which you can understand truth and reality as it is, not how we grew up to believe it trapped in a cave. Perhaps this is how we understand truth. We have left the cave and seeing the sun believe it to be the absolute truth. But even the sun is a distortion of the true absolute truth. and perhaps we are not able to realize and achieve that in this life, but I belief that it exists.
I will leave you with this quote “The true master is not the one who teaches an ideal path but rather he who shows his pupil the many ways that lead to the road that must be traveled to reach the destination. As of the moment that you find this road, the master can no longer help you, because your challenges are unique.” -Tahlan (impassive comprehension)