Tag: inclusivity

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Why I always say the biblical worldview is distinctive (not better), the only way for “inclusivity” to work is if there is an exclusive claim, and why what I think about Jesus does not matter (it’s what He thinks of Himself that counts). CLICK: https://bit.ly/3oePNBm Three, three-minute videos with pdf notes. [These videos were shot […]

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The 7 Billion People Rule: Generalizations


I have this rule that I call the “7 Billion People Rule” which states that there will always be somebody a statement applies to or doesn’t apply to. One thing this does is add strength to the proposition that “All generalizations are false.”

I’ve always found generalizations to be useful, and especially for that reason. You can’t cover everybody, but something can be true enough of the time to convey good enough information to be worth repeating.