Dear Fr. Nay,You can't really trust what you see?
Further proof of your above comment is that people who witness a certain event, a car accident for example, will often report different accounts of what actually took place.The same is true for those who witness a crime.Believing in what you see is beleiveing in nothing.
Better: Believing in what you see is believing in illusions. Plato, obviously not a Christian, did have an influence on Christian philosophy. Although his terminology is … [More]