A girl is walking into a very stiff wind.  Just to remain in place, she must lean very far forward. 

If you teach “X, but limited by Y” or if you teach “Y, but limited by X” all anyone will hear is X if the world is shouting X.  If you teach Y only, and the world is shouting X, everyone will hear some combination of X and Y. 

Except in very unusual circumstances, you don’t resist the world by pretending that it isn’t there.  You don’t resist the wind by walking as you would if there were no wind.

Firm, uncompromising doctrine is the nuance.

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