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Are My Beliefs True or Convenient?

An insightful friend of mine, Fr. Robert, said, “Being able to change is simply part of being a Christian!” True, and too bad the vast majority of “Christians” don’t see it that way. They simply believe either what they are … Continue reading

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Arguing Against Amillennialism

Introduction I really enjoy Q&A sessions, as they are not meant to become a debate. When someone asks an honest and open question, my first and prevailing thought is to give the most accurate and concise, streamlined answer, given my … Continue reading

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Truth Behind Reality 2013 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2013. If it were a … Continue reading

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Morals – Absolute versus Relative

Truth Behind Reality readers: the following conversation took place in January 2011. Within the ensuing conversation, I argue that Truth, and thereby Morality (the human design specification for all humans – past, present, and future), is necessarily both objective and subjective … Continue reading

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Please Pray for My Friend!

To All Truth Behind Reality Readers: I ask you to please pray for my close personal friend. This is an urgent ongoing request for those of you who have faith in Jesus Christ. Thank you in advance! Todd Beal

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Transform Like an Eagle

  We must either transform or die, even when transformation feels like death itself.

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Assume Naivety

If you must assume, assume you don’t know until you do. Todd Beal ♦ Most of us would be surprised at the degree to which our beliefs, logic, reasoning and emotions, are based solely on assumption. Most of what we … Continue reading

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