Thank you for your instruction. Having been college-educated in (double major) math and physics, also psychology, also philosophy (specifically symbolic logic <including Boolean Algebra>; I have been through all of the mental reasonings in the realm of knowledge. Using them empirically, I realized 1. The Bible was the word of God, 2. Christ was who He said He was, 3. Objective knowledge could indicate a correct evaluation of the totality of human awareness but could not encompass all of the phenomena witnessed in that totality, 4. The necessity for an opposing will to God's, and a being with a free will to choose, 5. I had a spirit- deeper than my mind. 6. The religious system of Christianity was false- prima-facie- in that it was in actuality either following Christ or expressing His purpose.
I had logically reached these conclusions before I had read a word of the Bible or being born again (personally knowing, not mere knowing about, Christ). So, my dear C12*, have no fear of shaking my beliefs: I am my beliefs, they are not mere mental conclusions which can be over ruled by different or superior reasoning.
What I am saying as that knowledge can give a valid indication of truth, but truth- being eternal, not temporal- is not the same as correct knowledge. And, since truth is not a thing but an eternal person (God) and since temporally we have a free will; then the validation of truth is a subjective experience <no less real and as unmistakable as laboratory conclusions.