The question about truth, therefore, is not states in the familiar way: is it true that God exists? Does God really have a covenant with Israel? Is Israel really His chosen people? Did Jesus Christ actually die for our sins? Was he truly raised from the dead for our justification? And is He in fact our lord? This is the way fools ask in their heart— admittedly such fools as we are all in the habit of being. In theology, the question about faith is stated on another level: does the community properly understand the Word in its purity as the truth? Does it understand with proper sincerity the Word that was spoken in and with all those events? Does the community reflect on the Word painstakingly and speak of it in clear concepts? And is the community in a position to render its secondary testimony responsibly and with good conscience?