What we see depends on what we want to see
Jul22

What we see depends on what we want to see

Suppose an alcoholic visits a new city. Though the city may have many attractive sights, the alcoholic will look for bars.…

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Evidence is only as good as the person evaluating it
Jun11

Evidence is only as good as the person evaluating it

Suppose someone infected by a disease is in denial. Even when their physician shows them the relevant reports, if they aren’t…

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What we can know depends on what we know
Dec04

What we can know depends on what we know

People sometimes ask, “Can you show me the soul?” Before we can see the soul, we need to know enough to know what to see.…

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By looking further horizontally, we can’t see vertically
Mar10

By looking further horizontally, we can’t see vertically

Suppose a person walking along a road wants to see ahead – and does so using binoculars. But as long as they are looking ahead,…

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Scripture makes our sight right
Apr02

Scripture makes our sight right

Our eyes are among our most used and most relied sources of perception. To make sense of things and make decisions, we want…

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The eye can’t find the I as long as the I seeks through the eye
Dec08

The eye can’t find the I as long as the I seeks through the eye

“The eye can’t find the I” means that the eye being material can’t perceive the real I, the soul, which is...

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