Relativists are those who believe that all opinions are equally true, but whose opinions are superior to all others and worthy of being imposed upon the world.
If we love the truth, we will be intense and focused students of the Bible, for God’s word is truth, Jn 17.17.
“Great truths must have great conclusions or applications.” —Mark Dunagan
Finally, what can be said, in this quote, of politics can also be said of religion: “Good intentions are ubiquitous in politics; what is scarce is accurate beliefs.”
“Truth demands action, not just mental acceptance. And, while many religious folk act as though “works” is a dirty word unrelated to salvation, Jesus taught otherwise. My works cannot save me, but God’s works do. When I do what God commands, I am doing God’s works, and that is essential to salvation.” —Weylan Deaver
We talk a lot about love of the truth. Let us speak equally of the truth of love. The world needs both.
When you insist that God reveals himself today only through the Bible, that Jesus is the only way to God, and that truth is objective and identifiable, you will lose friends, respect, and influence in some quarters. You will gain a friend in God, however, and receive eternal approval.