"All certainties can be wrong."
     "Is that certain?"
     "Can that statement be wrong?"
     "Are you perfectly certain of it then?"

     When a person says "I am certain I am right but I could always be
wrong." they are issuing self contradictory statements and thus have
said nothing.  It is no longer possible to know what they are talking

     The Bible says that we shall be judged by every word that comes
out of the mouth of man.

     "I say unto you, that every idle word that men shall speak, they
shall give account thereof in the day of judgement.  For by thy words
thou shalt be justified and by thy words thou shalt be condemned."

      So the good Lord takes Logic is King very seriously.

      God didn't give Eve a mind so she could make Adam wrong with it.

      Men learn logic from their mothers.  If men then use female logic
against women again, that is justice coming full circle.

      The claim to certainty for things that are not certain and in
fact CERTAINLY CAN NOT BE CERTAIN is a high crime against knowledge.

      Defining out of existence entire areas of knowledge by defining
down the meanings of words so that they no longer can encompass
everything there is to encompass is also a high crime.

      This is done routinely with the words 'responsibility' and

      Responsibility means 'knowing willing cause with full awareness
of the consequences."

      Certainty means "can't be wrong, if it turns out you were wrong,
then you weren't certain and could have known you weren't certain before
you found out you were wrong."

      People who have never experienced a perfect certainty THAT CAN
NOT BE WRONG, will continue to call uncertainties certainty and
continue to engage in high crimes against God, the great I AM.

      I AM means NOT I AM NOT.

      You think God will argue that logic is illogical?


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