True for you but not for me? Plus More Q&A!

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Frank continues to answer questions from you, our amazing audience! He got the following question via email “Yesterday, I had a discussion with a friend who is a postmodernist. He believes in the statement, “it’s true for you, but not for me.” I pulled up the CrossExamined app and showed him the example of the customer and the bank teller. My friend’s response to that example was, “the customer and the bank teller are both absolute in their truth.” How do you answer that? Listen to this podcast to find out as Frank answer that questions and many more during this episode of the CrossExamined Podcast!

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