Objective truth resides in reason, logic, concepts, abstractions, and ideas. Although knowledge attained through reason is accessible and, to varying degrees, true, it is also structurally flawed.
It's primary flaw rests in its need to control and cram reality into categories of requisite "truths". Controlling and cramming reality into such categories renders truth "objective". Once an objective truth has been established, it can be readily exploited and dominated via reasoning, science, society, or technology.
Objective reasoning inevitably looks for and focuses on "required" truths -- truths that are deemed necessary and indispensable. Consequently, objective reasoning ignores or neglects vast swathes of Creation and cannot fully come to terms with the fundamental spiritual truth of reality.
The spiritual foundations of reality are freedom and love, both of which can only be achieved by a subject, subjectively, at the deepest parts of inner being.
Objective reason detaches itself from what it seeks to know in order to objectify it. Subjective knowing moves in the opposite direction. It does not seek knowledge as an object of thought, but yearns to participate in that which it yearns to know.
Subjective knowing aims to know and understand at the depths of inner being. It seeks to know existentially. Thus, freedom and love can only be experienced subjectively. The truth inherent in freedom and love can only be understood from the inner depths of one's whole being.
Objective knowledge is considered superior because it is impersonal, but an impersonal way of knowing cannot fully grasp the reality of spirit, which is fundamentally personal.
For this reason, objective reality does not and cannot really exist. What exists instead is the objectification of reality -- the making of the personal into the impersonal -- the substitution of reality with symbols of reality.
The object then, is not reality, but a representation of reality. The object is not reality because it is not spiritual. It is not free and it cannot love.
Only the subject is reality. The subject is reality because the subject is being and not merely representation of being. The subject is spirit; it is free and it can love.
Those who demand evidence based on the objective reality of the "real world" insist on nothing more than symbols of reality. These objects may point to spiritual truths, but they are not spiritual truths in and of themselves.