MANY PEOPLE THINK TRUTH IS RELATIVE OR SUBJECTIVE.  What’s true for you isn’t true for me; what’s true for me isn’t true for you. That’s just not true. Truth is true, and truth is true for every country, every culture, every race, every religion, and everybody. Truth is simply a thought statement or opinion that lines up with reality. You can’t invent, think up, or create it. You don’t determine truth, you discover it. When you do discover it, it is absolute. An absolute is an unchanging point of reference by which you gauge a certain position of right and wrong.
Opinions are relative or subjective, but truth is not. Opinions vary, but truth does not.
Now, let me explain. Truth is not relative, but our response to truth is very relative. How you respond to truth is where relativity comes in. There’s the truth of gravity. It’s true for every country, every culture, every city, every person, race, and religion.
Although gravity is true, how you respond to the truth IS relative. If I jump off the top of a hundred-story building with a hang glider on my back, that’s one response, and I get the consequences of that response. If I jump off the building with a parachute, I get another response and another consequence. If I jump off the building without any parachute, I get yet another consequence. The end results are different for each response. The full impact of our response may not always be immediate. If you jump off the 100-story building without equipment after a 70-floor drop, you can think to yourself, so far, so good, but the that next 30 floors are very telling. It’s important for us to trust in truth because opposing it has its consequences.

The absence of absolute truth will bring chaos.

Think of a Justice System without absolute truths about laws and morality. The courts would have no consistent basis for making decisions.

Or an Education system where there were no agreed-upon facts or standards in education, students would receive inconsistent information.

Imagine a city where there is no absolute truth regarding traffic laws. Each driver decides what the traffic lights mean for them.

The absence of absolute truth leads to a breakdown in order, trust, and predictability, causing chaos and instability in various aspects of society.

The simple response to someone who says there is “No absolute truth.”
is to ask, “Is that absolutely true?”