“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).