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In Ontology before Epistemology we will see and read to know whether this is the only way to make it clear and to know if it is true It will come together into the worldview weather it is reality or not Truth in things is their reality In our minds it is the conformity of our knowledge with the things known In our words it is the conformity of our words to what we think In our conduct it is the conformity of our acts to what we are supposed to be Merton 1966 p 85To think that nothing is there in essence we would be fooling ourselves even if we cant explain how it got there There are many things that we cannot explain but the knowledge we have about God keeps us from doubting that it does not exist This is where our faith has to be released and put into effect It is the evidence of hope that keeps us believing in those things we cannot explain The Scripture tells us that Now faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen Hebrews 11 1I believe there is some diversity in reality of based on the various cultures it is all over the world One person could view a point one way and someone can view the same point a totally different manner We all at various times see things so differently Why God made us that way The unique though is how God can bring each and every together regardless of culture God made us in His own image and after His likeness however we are all different It is extremely important to our worldview to understand others because that will put us on one accord Reality begins this process for us to develop the relationships growth We as Christian will accept other peoples opinion although we may not agree We are living
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