... confront his truth with other possible truths..." https://youtu.be/-FKsKD78Qsc?t=70
The word truth is being used in a different way than I'm used to.
How does the dictionary define "truth"?
1. the quality or state of being true.
"he had to accept the truth of her accusation"
synonyms: veracity, truthfulness, verity, sincerity, candour, honesty, genuineness; More
that which is true or in accordance with fact or reality.
noun: the truth
"tell me the truth"
synonyms: the fact of the matter, what actually/really happened, the case, so; More
2. a fact or belief that is accepted as true.
plural noun: truths
"the emergence of scientific truths"
synonyms: fact, verity, certainty, certitude"
So maybe GA was using the word to mean " belief that is accepted as true" something more like the religious use of the word truth, but in that state you could not accept alternative truths, could you?