There isn't just one kind of truth.
Objective truths are objectively true.
But they aren't absolutely true. Objective truths are formed from theories and observations, laden with units of measurement and language.
Objective truth, some feel, should be static and independent of an observer. But that's a needless and problematic assumption.
Absolute truth and objective truth are different.
For a multicultural and academically theological perspective I highly recommend reading Karen Armstrong's answer to the question of belief in belief.