Different people can define truth…

The Barna survey asked, “Is there absolute truth?” Amazingly, 66 percent of American adults responded that they believe that “there is no such thing as absolute truth; different people can define truth in conflicting ways and still be correct.” The figure rises to 72 percent when it comes to those between the ages of 18 and 25.

Walt Russell, from “What It Means to Me” (article for Kenneth Samples’ Critical Thinking class)

No such thing as objective truth…

The latter (epistemological relativism) is the view that there is no such thing as objective truth, that knowledge is relative to one’s self, culture, and / or point of view.

Francis Beckwith, from A Summit Reader, Michael Bauman and Francis Beckwith, editors, p. 57