The Correspondence View of Truth

“Because God is Truth itself, and because God is immutable, this means that we must hold to what philosophers call the correspondence view of truth. When I say the word lectern, there is a correspondence between that word and the actual lectern out here in the world. So when I say the lectern is made of wood, this is a truth claim that can be investigated, and we can put a T or an F next to it. As a declarative sentence, as a proposition, it must either be true or false.

And if I might run ahead for a moment, whether it is true or false has absolutely nothing to do with anyone’s feelings” (Douglas Wilson, Sanity as Insurrection).