Religion has one advantage of all other forms of inquiry; it offers a complete and universal truth.
Science is a systematic discipline designed to find empirical truths. As such, science does well at making sense of what we can see and hear and touch.
There are two obvious problems with science.
Philosophy attempts to use a number of different approaches to understanding Truth.
So, what have we got? Not much, just three rules.
Am I going to follow those rules? Absolutely not.
Here is the last rule of Ed's Definition of Truth. Rule #4, we must be true to ourselves.
No matter what I said before, deep down inside of me I want the Truth to be universal.
I do not want the Truth to be dependent on the day of the week or which side of the road.
Nor am I willing to accept a Truth that is contingent on the whims of popular opinion.
So I will seek that Truth which my heart says is right. Wish me luck... or don't.