Join me as we do a drill down of several words to get a proper understanding of the meaning behind the words Virtual Reality.
We read in the Scripture about a certain king in the Scripture, his name Agrippa. On one occasion he said unto the Apostle Paul, "Almost thou persuadest me to be a Christian." Like king Agrippa, their are many in the valley of decision. In fact the Scripture says, "multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision." You might have found the title to this article interesting, and with good reason. When I looked up this word "Virtual" I found that it was a Greek word meaning "ALMOST". Virtual (Latin virtus; Greek ἀρετή "arete") is moral excellence. A virtue is a trait or quality deemed to be morally excellent and thus is valued as a foundation of principle and good moral being. Now lets look at the word "almost". The word "Almost" means In set theory, when dealing with sets of infinite size, the term almost ornearly is used to mean all the elements except for finitely many.
In other words, an infinite set S that is a subset of another infinite set L, is almost L if the subtracted set L\S is of finite size. Now lets look at the word "theory." To do this we will have to look at the contrast for the word "FACTS". But before we do that we will need to understand what a fact is. The word fact can refer to verified information about past or present circumstances or events which are presented as objective reality. In science, it means a provable concept. What this is saying is that a theory is not a fact it's "ALMOST" factual but it's not. In other words it misses the mark. A fact can be proven, but a theory cannot be. It's always evolving and changing. Remember what Jesus said, I am the same today, yesterday and forever." God says "I change not." So what man basis his reality on is aways changing and evolving. No certain destination. How would you like to go on a trip or vacation and the pilot speaks up over the intercom and says, we will be landing NEVER? This is basically what man is doing. Ever since Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden, man has been a vagabond with no certain destination. Remember at the beginning of this article I said Virtual meant to miss the mark? Did you know that the word Hamartiology (Greek: ἁμαρτία, hamartia, "missing the mark," "sin," + -λογια, -logia, "sayings" or "discourse") is the branch of Christian theology, more specifically, systematic theology, which is the study of sin with a view to articulating a doctrine of it. So in conclusion everyone that is living in virtual reality is living in sin. The wages of payment for sin is DEATH. Pay day is coming! The Lord says "I set before you Life and Death, choose LIFE!