I'm not sure yet how to rate J.P. Moreland's "Love Your God With All Your Mind" ...
J.P. Moreland's "Love Your God With All Your Mind"
... but it's definitely worth another round and I started rereading last week. There are so many quotable passages but this bit really scratched where I'm itching:
Traditionally, tolerance of other viewpoints meant that even though I think those viewpoints are dead wrong and will argue against them fervently, nevertheless, I will defend your right to argue your own case. Just as importantly, I will treat you with respect as an image bearer of God, even though your views are abhorrent to me.