The Logic of True Narrative Representations

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by John W. Oller, Jr. and Steven Collins PhD

This paper proves that TNRs are the only representations that are (1) relatively determinate with respect to their embodied meanings, (2) well-connected to the matter-space-time continuum, and (3) fully generalizable to all possible contexts (real or imagined) with respect to their relatively well-determined content. It follows that if the Bible is a TNR, then the genuine facts of history cannot contradict it, nor it them. If TNR-theory is correct, it is possible, as a result, to set subjects such as hermeneutics and biblical archaeology on a strictly logical footing.

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The Academic Journal of Trinity Southwest University

ISSN 1938-694X

Volume I

Number 2

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