Why do we seek to be inclusive and tolerant? Is it human nature or a recent development? Frankly, we are a bit skeptical that anybody truly adheres to a fully coherent sense of what inclusivity means. Given that Christianity is pretty much the most inclusive thing out there because "God so loved the world he gave his only begotten son so that WHOEVER believes in Him shall never die but have everlasting life", why does our sense of inclusivity break down? Where does it break down? And why does it seem to be that the ones who proclaim the most inclusiveness actually  seem to live in an exclusive club? Where is God in all of this? Listen in and we'll go there together.

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