Updated: May 2
An excerpt from Jon Clash's upcoming book.
When speaking objectively, if my truth and your truth
contradict each other, then either both are false or one is true
and the other is false. The only thing they can’t be is both true.
The statement “there is no truth” is in conflict with itself,
because if there is no truth then how can the statement “there
is no truth” be a true statement? For that statement to be true,
objective truth would have to exist. Which would make the
statement “there is no truth” a false statement.
Truth is truth whether we believe it or not, and the truth
is still the truth regardless of our feelings about it.
“We love the truth when it
enlightens us but hate the truth when it convicts us.”
Venerable Fulton J. Sheen