There are incontrovertible objective truths/presuppositions that, no matter what a person believes or thinks on an issue or debate, are not changeable. To counter such truths with opinion or theological interpretation simply shows the bankruptcy of our thinking. Example: To say Jesus is not God the Son is a LIE. It goes against objective fact (assuming the Bible as a source of such fact). So a Mormon or JW or Hindu would be in error. There are many more subjective areas that may be firmly believed or felt or tenaciously adhered to, but cannot be supported by fact. To pronounce such as "correct" is opinion. Example: To say the GET Real Bible version is good/bad/ugly is a matter of subjective judgment. There is no verse or fact to say it is or is not such. Hence, much of the debate of the Version controversy is not so much LIE or HERESY or even LIBERAL v CONSERVATIVE. It is subjective preference. And each of us have the right to such preference. The conflict will come when someone takes such a subjective preference and holds it as an absolute conviction -- which then must be defended and imposed as the only correct interpretation. Thoughts?