Logos, Jesus, and the CTMU

As everyone here should know, the CTMU - also referred to as Logos or Absolute Truth - is, among other things, a metareligious framework in which various religions, insofar as they are valid, can be convergently interpreted and thereby reconciled. The CTMU qualifies as "Absolute Truth" because truth and reality are synonymous, and the CTMU explains what reality is and how it is logically or "truthfully" generated (logic can be described as "the structure of truth"). The CTMU constitutes a "metareligious framework" because it consists of the metaphysical logic without which the metaphysical content of scripture is essentially meaningless. Without the CTMU, God - or equivalently, ultimate reality - cannot be meaningfully defined.

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