We’re not free from the mythologies and beliefs of our culture either, which includes rationalism, secularism, the John Wayne-ish, “I’ll believe it when I see it, ma’am” attitude. It’s not that it’s bad or wrong, just that it’s what we all grew up with here.
From your cultural perspective, sure. I’m not gong to take that away from you: I believe in religious freedom.
Of course. I’m not denying the reality of objective measuring. But there’s a difference between “is” and “is only”.
I don’t have the “only”.
Religious people talk about capital T truth. That’s their thing.
Your faith is unshakable in the systems you ascribe supreme importance to. I think that’s marvelous.
I’m still piecing together mine.