Absolute truth—the true and only truth—epitomize the centrality of truth. The origin of absolute truth originates from God who states in John 14:6 how he is the truth. Relativists, though, belittle this point because they do not want to submit themselves to God but to themselves. They attempt to wipe away any trace of truth and God by endorsing relativism. Relativists need to understand the detrimental effects of their beliefs.
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