Most ordinary people we meet still maintain beliefs that depend on absolute truth. Even people who verbally endorse postmodernism and preach relativism do not live consistently with this philosophy. It’s easy to tout moral relativism at a party or in online discussions—or in the ivory tower of academia—but in the real world most people still think and behave in terms of moral absolutes and still accept the trustworthiness of logic and reason in most areas of life. This isn’t hard to demonstrate; it’s a matter of asking questions that helps postmodernists to realize that in fact they do think and behave as if absolute truth does exist. — Dan Story (from, Is Traditional Apologetics Useful in Today’s Postmodern World?)