One could make either case and there will always be those who disagree.Originally Posted by Anonymous
I would reverse the sentence and use "is".
The Way, the Truth, and the Light (IS/ARE) God.
I would say:
- The way, the truth, and the light is God.
In the above sentence, The way, the truth, and the light are all viewed as one thing.
P.S. Like Mike, I would start the sentence, "God is...."
Can I say this???
The way, the truth, and the light IS all viewed as one thing.
Technically, no. Note Subject-Verb agreement:Originally Posted by davidw55555
1. All things: the way, the truth, and the light are God.
=> plural things = plural are
2. God is all things: the way, the truth and the light.
=> singular God = singular is
3. The way, the truth, and the light are all things God.
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