John Locke

“He’s saying truth is not preference. Truth is not a subjective inclination in an individual’s heart”

"What is really out there is not dependent upon how I feel about it or even how I perceive it, because I am not the author of truth; I am not the one who creates reality. I encounter reality." - RC Sproul

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A New Lockean Manuscript and the Limits of Religious Toleration

"In the Letter Concerning Toleration, Locke stressed the magistrate’s incapacity to establish which is the true Christian faith, a position few would dispute. But his approach to toleration requires that we at least establish what religion is and what it isn’t, an equally difficult task." - The Public Discourse

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