What Are The Best Ways To Engage In A Debate?Keathley concludes, "Have I followed all three rules in all of my writings? I must confess that I have not. But I want to. And by God’s grace I hope to 'love my neighbor as myself' even when I’m disagreeing with him."
1. Describe your opponent's position in such a way that he can recognise it.
2. Know your opponent's position well enough that you could argue it for him.
3. Write as if your opponent and you were going to dinner together after you finish.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
I got this from Ardel Caneday, who got it from Ken Keathley. I think it is something we all need to learn, especially me.