He said He is the Way, the Truth, and the Light. He is God Jesus said he is not God. "And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God." Matthew 19:17, Mark 10:18
Websters defines religion as relating to or manifesting faithful devotion to an acknowledged ultimate reality or deity.....so even scientists who don't believe in a God still believe in an ultimate reality...so therefore follow a religion...so my answer would be whether science or theology those who believe in nothing are the real fools
It is third point of view
Apollo was known to be the god of music and poetry.
God, the master of the universe, is the ultimate reality. He created the entire cosmos in 6 days and rested on the 7th (Genesis ch.1-2). That is the ultimate reality in Judaism.Answer:The omnipresence of God, the reality of the Torah, and the eventuality of the afterlife.
This is the truth but might not be the answer. It is God.
Ultimate reality exists outside religions. There is not a different reality for each religion, only an inner peace and understanding. It is both a religious experience (no matter one's faith) and a personal experience. The only requirement in achieving ultimate reality is belief in and a surrender to a greater power. Meditation is a great way to encounter the Ultimate Reality because it is like the opposite of prayer; instead of talking to God(s), you are listening. As a Christian, I can tell you there is not a "Christian Ultimate Reality" but all Christians can encounter Ultimate Reality.What is stated above is both self refuting and ridiculous. If there is no ultimate reality, then this turns out to actually be the ultimate reality, so the idea shoots itself in the foot. It is contradictory and therefore necessarily false to say that it is true that there is no ultimate truth. A self refuting statement is one that cannot live up to its own criteria of meaning. Anything you say to me about truth, even if you say there is none, is a claim to truth. You want me to think it is true that there is no truth. I simply can't buy it. Of course there is a Christian ultimate reality. It begins with God himself, who is the source of all things, the foundation upon which everything else rests. The next truth about Christian ultimate reality is that nothing comes from nothing, or out of nothing, nothing comes. Therefore there must be a cause or source for everything. The universe could not have created itself, and so it needs a cause greater than it. All this inner peace and listening in meditation is nonsense if there is no ultimate source of meaning. Since God is that source, he is the ultimate reality, in the biblical, Christian view. Further, we are not perfect and must die, but there either is or is not a "cure" for death, a solution to the problem of "eventual personal extinction." If there is not, then there is no ultimate hope for anyone, let alone humanity. If there is a path to immortality, then there is indeed hope for everyone. Christ is both that path and that hope.
The greatest differences between the major religions is, truth, and how they define God. With truth being an objective reality and God being the creator of reality, only the religion that reflects reality could be true, and be worthy of trust.
Because some people can't except that God is real. Because if the world accepted God as ultimate truth and reality, then they would have to make massive changes within their lives. I believe you, God Bless. god is real and look how many people do believe
the ultimate reality of life is one Supreme God. Shoul lives on, only body dies, every thing we see is just an illusion.
Most religions teach that the ultimate knowledge is the knowledge of God or the ultimate law of reality. From a Christian standpoint it would be the Bible as that is the word of God. For Jews it would be the knowledge of the Torah as the ultimate law. For Muslims, knowledge of the Quran. For Hindus and Buddhists it would be knowing the dharma.
Most religions teach that the ultimate knowledge is the knowledge of God or the ultimate law of reality. From a Christian standpoint it would be The Bible as that is the word of God. For Jews it would be the knowledge of the Torah as the ultimate law. For Muslims, knowledge of the Quran. For Hindus and Buddhists it would be knowing the dharma.
God is Ultimate Reality. Dharma will win ultimately.
The ultimate goals of theology, in Aquinas' mind, are to use reason to grasp the truth about God and to experience salvation through that truth.