a judgment or opinion about what is observed
a map assigning to each propositional variable one of the two truth values true and false
a mapping from sentence names to truth values
an opinion about the absolute truth
a proposition that seems plausible on the basis of some information and literary methods
This is the second step in Inductive Bible Study. When we interpret a passage, we are looking for the answers to questions that come up during our Observation. Please note, sometimes we can't find answers to specific questions. Don't let that stump you. Find someone whose opinion you trust and ask them, or use our Online Study Tools and see if you can find the answer there.
From RDF Semantics ( 2004-02-10) () (n.) A minimal formal description of those aspects of a world which is just sufficient to establish the truth or falsity of any expression of a logic.