................said jesting Pilate
The theosophical view of the "kaw oif corerespondence" says: "what is above so is below". This voiew does not support the "c orrespondence: that the author refers to as being the basis for truth. If one applies this law, saying Jesus is Lord fials to [rove its declaration because Jesus being Lord does not correspond to anything "above" since it is merely a claim in the Bible. Some philosophers (e.g.,m NIetsche) slaims that the rock was rolled form the tomb of Jesus by his followers so they can claim that he ascended to heaven - which is another unsupported claim. When Salman Rushdie questioned the ascencion of Mohammed to heaven, he was declared a fugitive by Islamists who vowed to kill. If Jesus and Mohammed claim the same ascension, and the Christians question the ascension while the Muslims claim vice versa, which of the two is true? Or are both false - since both are not objectively verifiable?