#1- There are no Absolutes
#2- #1 is in an Absolute
If, "there are no absolutes" and as statement #2 above observes, statement #1 itself is an absolute statement, then could one not conclude in a 3rd statement that there are no absolutes ?
Jeff what's your point? Are you obscurely suggesting there is something absolute exists within this universe of continuous change? Are you suggesting that God exists in this universe of matter and not some place else? From what I understand, God does not inhabit matter. The material universe is not His home. Why? Because the Universe of matter is ever-changing and subject to physical laws like entropy.
And what is it that you are trying to tell us when you say:
"Wipe your feet as you leave because you will knee deep in "BS" in a very short time."
Did you mean . . .
"Wipe your feet as you leave because you will be knee deep in "BS" in a very short time."
or perhaps did you mean to say . . .
"Wipe your feet as you leave because you will kneel deep in "BS" in a very short time."
Anyway, not a very pleasant image you project.
I was poking fun at relativists that say there is no absolute truth. I always ask them if that statement is an absolute truth?
Then there is silence....