Going to take a break from our Sunday Church series to write this post in light of everything going on in America with the issue of police, race and rioting. Remember in the next few days you are going to see and hear a lot of things from others that can be better worded or […]
Good point. I tend to avoid all and every in most conversations, especially when talking about groups of people although much of the time this is referencing DNA results, generally involving the odds of person A being related to person B. I have a habit of pointing out that group C or D is composed of individuals who may or may not hold similar beliefs, attitudes, etc. so we shouldn’t go with all or every for a specific group.