3 men were traveling together, and wanted to save money, so the decided to stay in a motel room together.<quoted text>
Logic Fail #1: You talk about the existence of "absolute truth" (also known as Universality in philosophical circles) but show no correlation between that statement and the existence of a god. I too believe that absolute truth can exist, but in the form of logic and mathematics, not in the existence of an imaginary being.
Logic Fail #2: You talk about absolute truth, yet fail to describe an objective yard stick for ascertaining such truth, instead relying on subjective experience ("...if a man truly wants to know the One True God, the that man can call out within himself").
Your arguments are strictly emotion-based and filled with anecdotes of your "coming to Jesus" experience. That is fine if it helped get you through a rough spot, but your personal experience has no relevance to the topic of "absolute truth".
They ask the motel clerk, how much are rooms.
The clerk said 30 dollars, so each man gives the clerk 10 dollars each.
Later the motel manager asked the clerk -have you sold any rooms? The clerk says yes, I sold 1 for 30 dollars.
The manager said, but rooms are only 25 dollars, so please take these 5 one's and give them back to the men.
On the way to the room, the clerk begin to think (the men don't know how much I am to give them, so the clerk takes 2 of the dollar bills, and puts them in his pocket. When he gets to the room, he explains how he overcharged the men, and handed each man back 1 dollar.
Now, instead of each man being out 10 dollars each for the room, they are only out 9 dollars each.
Yet 9 times 3 = 27 + the 2 dollars the clerk stoled only comes to 29, so what happened to the other dollar?
Mans ruler can be incorrect many times.
New homes are not as straight as you might think.
Yes -man can build some amazing things, and even more amazing to me, is how whatever you see -homes, buildings, cell phones, computers, anything. It all came out of the dirt.