Ask the Colson Center: Is “Agree to Disagree” the Best Tactic in Worldview Conversations?


John Stonestreet

Shane Morris

John and Shane field a question from a listener looking for resources to support a Biblical practice of marriage. Another audience member asks for advice for a child who enjoys art, but is trying to understand creative expression from a Christian worldview.

In the latter part of the show, someone asks if “secular” is a term Christians should use if “every square inch” belongs to God? To close, John and Shane discuss if “agree to disagree” is a good tactic to have in worldview conversations, if it is loving or actually harmful.



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