Veritas vos liberabit

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Veritas vos liberabit (Latin) is a variant of Veritas liberabit vos (the truth shall set you free), verse 8:32 of the Gospel of John. Pilate has the philosopher's response in verse 18:38: "Quid est veritas?" ("What is truth?").

It is the motto of Sam Adams Associates, St. Thomas College, Thrissur, The California Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins University, Idaho State University, University of Portland, Ottawa University, Doshisha University, Lafayette College, Lebanon Valley College, Bayview Glen School, Greenville Senior High School, St Thomas Aquinas Secondary School, Ghana, St. Augustine's College (Raleigh) and of Our Lady Seat of Wisdom Academy. Veritas liberabit vos is the motto of Yonsei University, Southern Methodist University, and Catholic University of Cordoba. It is also the motto of King's College of the University of Queensland St Josephs Regional College, Canterbury Christ Church University, Saint Pauls High School, Mackilliop Senior College, St. George's Independent Schools, Redfield College Dural NSW and Newman Senior Technical College Port Macquarie. The Greek original text (ἡ ἀλήθεια ἐλευθερώσει ὑμᾶς) is the motto of Lenoir-Rhyne University. Also used by the Knights Hospitaller during the crusades. Translated to Spanish, it is also the motto of Universidad Iberoamericana. Translated to German, it is the motto of the University of Freiburg. It is also the motto of the Peruvian Football Club Club Deportivo Universidad de San Martin de Porres.

The English variant "And Ye Shall Know the Truth and the Truth Shall Make You Free" is carved in stone in the OHB (Original Headquarters Building) of the Central Intelligence Agency.

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