I’m sure there are people out there who think there is no truth, or that the truth is relative. But I don’t.
I also don’t believe that truth is as simple as the Bible said it, I believe it.
I am extremely wary of dogmatism, yes. I would never be an apologist or evangelist. I am, probably, a universalist at heart.
But I don’t believe the truth is relative. How can a truth be relative? It’s an oxymoron.
But this is my one philosophical dogma: truth isn’t relative, but our perception of the truth is. It’s extremely relative. It’s changes based on what we know or don’t know. It varies depending on where and when we were born, what we experienced, what we didn’t experience, what our parents believed, what they rejected, what our culture accepts, denies, or ridicules.
All of those things shape a person’s perception, and our…