“If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit” (Matthew 15:14).
What makes a proverb a proverb is that it is generally true in most cases. This also means there could conceivably be an exception to the rule, but it would only prove the rule.
When Jesus spoke the proverbial statement above, he was warning his disciples not to blindly follow the advice and attitudes of some of the religious hierarchy of the day because of their hypocrisy. But even he recognized that there are exceptions to it: Continue reading “Exceptions that prove the rule”