Wayne Grudem on persuasion and insisting on people’s right to disagree

This video is worth watching just to see Grudem explaining the following statement: “We have to insist on the right of others to disagree with us and protect that right.” We would do well to meditate carefully on this short clip, as we think about how we should disagree both with other Christians and unbelievers. It perhaps has particular relevance to the arguments that sometimes happen with those of other persuasions in our culture over politics, religious, and other beliefs:

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