Humanities Lecture 2.1

Humanities Lecture 2.1 - Humanities Lecture: 2/1 Truth in...

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Humanities Lecture: 2/1 Truth in the Bible I. Introduction to the Truth A. The Character of the Truth 1. Single a) The truth is always in there if you want to know b) It is single and absolute c) Presents a world where there is a truth to be known for ones who are  willing to seek it out d) There’s a certainty and simplicity in the nature of the truth is related  to institutions of knowledge in the bible 2. a) There is a connection between the truth of the bible and the social  institutions b) God makes the truth reliable and accessible c) The truth is vulnerable to various forms of destruction II. Forms of Truthful Discourse A. Prophecy 1. Moses [Num 12:6-8]  a) There are some forms of speech that god is associated with b) Moses is exemplatary of a prophet c) Moses is juncture of god’s will d)
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course HUM 1 taught by Professor Cox during the Winter '08 term at UCSD.

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Humanities Lecture 2.1 - Humanities Lecture: 2/1 Truth in...

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