Polishing Windows on a Glass House

By Peter Wehner, Commentary

Jim Wallis of Sojourners co-wrote, with Charles Colson, a piece in Christianity Today titled “Conviction and Civility.” According to Wallis and Colson, “when we disagree, especially when we strongly disagree, we should have robust debate but not resort to personal attack, falsely impugning others’ motives, assaulting their character, questioning their faith, or doubting their patriotism.”

“Demonizing our opponents poisons the public square,” the twosome inform us.

Agreed. But what is worth noting,

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  • http://www.lifecycle2010.com/ Gerard Solla

    Thanks for this nice article you’ve posted! I’ll be back soon!