From a discussion in a Veritas forum:
If you ask:
To what does a real ought correspond?
What does a real ought describe?
...you will notice that science will have as easy a time answering that as answering:
What began the universe?
Why is there something rather than nothing?
This to me gives new meaning to "Alpha and Omega"--he began it all and he is its ultimate End.
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