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My U.S. History teacher at the community college had warned the class that he would occasionally interrupt his lectures to ask the “important” questions of life, such as, “Why are we here?” and “How did we get here anyway?” Now, here on only the second day of the semester, he stopped his lecture and asked those very questions. One student said that we were simply created, but by what or by whom he did not know. Another said that the earth had been seeded by aliens. Others offered various versions of the evolution theory. Finally, one student asked, “Since no one was there to see what actually happened, how are we supposed to know which theory is true?” To this, the teacher said, “Well, we all know that there is no absolute truth.”

My response to his statement caused an uproar in that classroom.

I raised my hand and when he called on me, I said, “You are wrong. There is absolute truth.”

“Oh! And I suppose you know what it is,” he said sarcastically.

“Yes, I do….

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