We've all heard one-liners like "That's just true for you, but not for me" or "That's just your reality." Relativism is so common in our day that to question it is to invite charges of arrogance and intolerance. Philosopher Paul Copan argues that even relativists believe in certain objective truths that apply to everyone. In fact, no one can escape making objective claims regarding truth, reality, morality, and religion. This is a booklet for those wondering if truth exists at all, as well as those who believe in truth but are unsure of how to defend their position.