The article argues against the claim that "everyone has their own interpretation of the Bible," asserting that it misconstrues the nature of interpretation and the Bible itself. It emphasizes that Bible's message is firmly rooted in objective truth not subject to individual whim. The correct understanding can be achieved through the historical-grammatical method, considering Scripture's unity and avoiding preconceived notions (eisegesis). Theological scholars and the church have consistently understood core doctrines, defending against subjective interpretations. The article warns against moral and theological relativism and insists on the Bible as an objective standard of truth.