Jean Paul Sartre asked this landmark question: “In particular is it possible for freedom to take itself for a value as the source of all value, or must it necessarily be defined in relation to a transcendent value which haunts it?”1 Truth as transcendent value haunts freedom if there is an asymmetry relation between freedom and truth, i.e. truth actualizes freedom, but freedom is outside truth. An example of an asymmetry relation would be the mother gives birth to the child but it is false that the child gives birth to the mother. If there is an asymmetry relation between freedom and truth, then freedom has to conform to truth, but truth does not have to conform to freedom. The conclusion that follows from this alleged asymmetry relation is that governments must pass laws against freedom of scientific research bit by bit in order to conform to political/religious truth. However, it is important to note this discussion will not be about atheism but rather about the exploration of the symmetry bond between freedom and truth in science. The article will proceed as follows: the first section will explore how truth empowers freedom in science and how freedom empowers truth in science – the freedom and truth symmetry bond in science. The second section will explore physical law. The third section will explore logical involution as the symmetry bond between free scientific symmetry patterns and physical law (what truth is about). This symmetry bond between freedom and truth will evidence the proposition that freedom is the source of all value.
I was born in a Christian family, my father was a pastor, a well dedicated man Of God, my mother as well. My mother was one of the women’s leader in our church she had a zeal for God.
Growing up, both my parents taught me the ways of the Lord, they impacted into me more knowledge about the things of God spiritually and about the activities in the church. The name of our church was “Cherubim and Seraphim church. Within the years, I then became a member of the choir and prayer warrior. I was the one leading our prayer group and taking them to the ‘mountain’ for three days to partake in prayers and fasting. We were spiritually inclined in the teaching of the word of God. As time passed, I also started leading the evangelism group, we went from village to village preaching the gospel of our Lord Christ Jesus. Through our evangelism many souls gave their lives to Christ Jesus and many souls joined our ministry. I really dedicated my life to Jesus Christ, and to the things of God. Annually in our church we do have a feast called harvest, which I do take care major role of inviting people to the feast and taking the responsibility of printing the Flyers and programme for the day. In the middle of every year around June the choir sets up their anniversary come on and we do also invite many other choirs from other churches to celebrate with us. I was the assistant choirmaster And I did play bands for the choir, a week before the anniversary, the choir did go in prayer so that our anniversary programme will be joyful and effectively done. There are many activities that our church has been doing, And I did take a major role in the activities.