Episode 1.06 Rebuke Me Some People

Act Like Grownups, Rules 0 and 1, But We Still Disagree, Calling People on the Carpet

Tagged: Christianity, ethics

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Show Notes

In which we discuss the necessity of extending charity to each other in our conversations, especially conversations on controversial issues. Springboarding from public/internet reactions to Christian musician Michael Gungor’s discussion of his views on Genesis, we talk about the necessity of charity, Chris’ Rules for Argument, the importance of taking a long-term view on friendship and persuasion, and what to do in the face of serious disagreement about important issues.





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