In a blog post about proper debate someone said: "The difference between 'You are wrong' and 'I disagree with you' is the that first assumes that I must be right. The latter attitude may suggest that "I" may not have as yet taken I Cor 8:2 to heart. There is actually a rather delicate balance in here. I rather like G. K. Chesterton's take: "It is not bigotry to be certain we are right; but it is bigotry to be unable to imagine how we might possibly have gone wrong." What are your thoughts?