Yep (and all the joy withyou dies!). What I found very disturbing is how the concept of truth is all bantied about on this site. Truth is nothing more that the absolute, 100%, no-kidding, correspondence of some statement (or assertion or proposition or thought) to a real occasion (something that happened, is happening, or will happen). The intent (or significance) of the words is 100% (no fuzziness here) captured by an event. Okay, when is that statement or assertion or proposition or thought true? When it is 100% validate-able --- after the event or before an event that is 100% certain. Here is the problem: if G!d gave H!s Holy Word (the Truth) to the Zoroastrians (as they believe) and to the Ancient Hebrews (as their descendents believe) and to the Ethiopian Church (without Revelations, as they believe) and to the Christians (as they believe) and to the Muslims (as they believe) and to the Sikhs (as they believe) and to the Bahai's (as they believe) and to the Ahmadiyya (as they believe) -- we have a real problem, that is nine separate groups claiming Truth. Logically, either one of these gods will come back to us and show us or the term truth is not this scientistic, absolute truth I defined above... but a kinder, gentler, more loving, and more G!dlike truth that is in some way all encompassing? What do you think?