AronRa uploaded a video titled "The third foundational falsehood of Creationism" on December 19, 2007 to YouTube, because he examined the notion that absolute truth is more of a fallacy than regular truth.
In reality, there is no such thing as 'absolute truth'. Everything within the capacity of human understanding contains a degree of error, and everything men know to be true is only true to a degree. Everyone is inevitably wrong about something somewhere. We don’t know everything about everything. We don’t know everything about anything! And what we do know, we don’t know accurately on all points nor completely in every detail. Honest men admit this. Anyone claiming to know the absolute truth is not being honest, especially not when they claim to know anything about things which can only be believed on faith.
AronRa, a popular atheist and evolutionist on the Internet, gave a speech in Tulsa, Oklahoma on July 30, 2011 at the Oklahoma Freethought Convention known as FreeOK 2011.
AronRa is an advocate for rationalism in science classrooms who learned the fundamentals of Evolution, and became an activist opposed to the regressive efforts of the Religious Right.
He often speaks at Freethought conventions, and warns of the dangers caused by religious extremism.