Christian Morality.

Moral truth is in objective reality, as Christ taught.

The Basics.

Christ taught that there is a logic to morality defining human

responsibilities based upon the laws of life. Evidence shows

that sin victimizes persons and corrupts minds, but theology

portrays sin as being subjectively arbitrated by God and

therefore in need of being interpreted by those who speak for


The fatalism left the world's moral analysis with a large gap in

it. The gap is in the abstract basics.

Basics are the realities upon which other realities depend.

They create the bedrock of all subjects.

This website defines the basics of morality and builds upon

them to explain moral concepts. A definitive moral analysis is

not produced elsewhere, because theologians do not

understand the abstractions of morality. They use religion to

rationalize the subconscious forces which cause sin rather

than overcome them.

What is often not accepted about morality is its objective

origins, it's social significance and the related human

responsibilities. While some of it is obvious and cannot be

denied, it is not in the theology. For example, bigotry, elitism,

jealousy, domination, exploitation and oppression are not

corrected by theology.

Without a definitive analysis, errors cannot be corrected.

With it, errors cannot be sustained.

In a different way, Christ produced the same subject, but he

could not get very far into philosophical abstractions due to

obvious limitations including an absence of a written medium.

He used parables heavily to stabilize important points in

nonabstract terms.

Reason is the primary human responsibility. Corrupted persons

attack and obstruct the reasoning process. This material

counters the corruption by describing how to add reason to


The validity of moral analysis must be considered in these


Truth is Universal.

There is only one truth, because it is objective and universal.

For example, one and one can only equal two, not three or

anything else.

Christ created the starting point in evaluating moral truth,

and he said we should judge for ourselves what right and

wrong are. (Luke 12:57).

Judging for ourselves does not mean the truth is negotiable

or arbitrary. Quite the contrary, it is invariable. It has origins

in objective reality, which is the same for everyone.

But there are also elements of it that are beyond human

minds. One of Christ's primary purposes was to describe

essential elements of the truth which humans could not


The undeterminable elements of truth are the nonbasic

(perceivable) specifics. Being nonbasic, they cannot be

determined through logic. By contrast, the basics are

determined through a combination of logic and evidence.

Speaking on one's own.

Then Christ said that he who speaks on his own is bent on

self-glorification. He said he was not speaking on his own but

was told what to say by God, as did Isaiah and Jeremiah.

Does this requirement contradict that of determining for

ourselves what truth is? Not at all. One of the primary human

responsibilities is to determine what reality is through a

process of rationality. Describing how this process works is

the primary purpose of this material.

What then is speaking on one's own? It is producing specifics

and complexities which cannot be determined through logic in

combination with evidence.

For example, what is the evidence and logic to indicate what

speaking in tongues is? I can't imagine what the logic and

evidence would be. Therefore, I must take someone else's

word for it, and they become a god over my reality.

This method of creating gods is the equivalent of

gnosticism one of the pillars of heresy. Similar to it is

authoritarianism, which is pervasive throughout the

professions. It says "if you cannot understand how one and

one equals three, we can; and therefore we must be gods

over your reality."

Freud and Einstein serve that purpose. They supposedly

revealed something that most of us cannot understand, and

therefore the gods must interpret it for us.

Charisma is the modern version of the gnostic heresy. The

charismatics say only they can speak in tongues and

understand what it means, and therefore they must control

the religion.

The persons who promote such elitistism are not aware of

the objective origins of reality and the human responsibility

for evaluating it through rationality. This website attempts to

explain how the process works in applying rationality to

morality. It is not as much a question of who is right and who

is wrong as whether the proper procedure is used to derive

the truth.

Certainly, in terms of slogans, everyone assumes they are

rational and objective, but they often do not have the

slightest clue as to what those concepts are, and they defy

them in practice. There is therefore a need to develop truth

on this subject.

The official Catholic theology, which is supposed to be God's

infallible word, says that it is a sin to apply rationality to

morality, because human minds are too imperfect, and church

authorities must do it for them. (See "Veritatis Splendor").

The most basic human function and responsibility is to

produce rationality. The most important thing to apply it to is

morality. There could be no greater injustice, loss of rights

and freedom or perversion of human existence than to not be

able to apply rationality to morality.

Of course, the standard of relating to morality without

rationality is a contradiction which cannot be achieved.

Those who speak for God and represent church authorities,

which includes conservative laymen, must apply some degree

of rationality to the subject, however faulty it might be. The

primary significance of the theology is to block criticism and

correction of errors.

So there is more than a whim in producing this website.

There is a high degree of necessity in producing truth on this

subject. Truth cannot be decreed; it evolves automatically

through the interactions of realities.

One of the most important moral principles is that sin cannot

exist in the light of truth. The reason why is because even

the most corrupted persons (including satan) cannot openly

admit their sin. Sin must always be concealed, denied or


Therefore, sin can only be perpetrated where there is

darkness, meaning a deficiency of truth. And the most

corrupted persons are the most sensitized to truth reacting

most extremely to justify themselves when truth is produced.

What this principle adds up to is that truth is how sin is

overcome. Since all problems are caused by sin, developing

truth is the answer to problems. However, corrupted persons

hate anyone who produces truth about problems or morality

in general, so the path is very difficult.

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