In theology and religion, disagreements happen. In these areas, as in others, there is truth and falsehood. Truth ought to be proclaimed and falsehood ought to be exposes, but we msut take care how we do so. Here is some wisdom from Richard Mouw, President of Fuller Theological Seminary.
I suggest this as a rule of thumb: focus on false teachings rather than on false teachers. When we concentrate on opposing false teachers we tend to think about defeating people which can lead to all kinds of dangers. When we concentrate on the careful examination of false teachings we are more aware of the need to speak
Amen and amen.


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