This sounds like an essay prompt, so your answer depends on what your opinion on the question is. In philosophy, however, objective truth is difficult enough to establish, let alone expecting it to be found in a particular holy book or scroll. That said, the practitioners of any given religion are especially at pains to establish as objectively true their own religion, to assert the objectivity of that text, or at least their particular interpretation of it.
Of course, depending on what kind of institution you are learning from, the response to your answer will also vary. If you are really getting into the weeds on this subject, then it might be a good idea to explore the philosophy of epistemology, the study of systems of knowledge. Many philosophers have grappled with the notion of objective truth, both from a religious and secular framework, and in studying their work you might find the basis for your own essay.