An atheist and a cardinal walk into a bar
On the difficult art of disagreeing civilly. In a world that is increasingly polarized and confrontational, we need to look more closely at cases profound disagreement did not foreclose conversation but led to extended and productive dialogue. Joseph Tulloch reflects on four key lessons found from a successful and profound exchange between a prominent Italian atheist and the Archbishop of Milan in the 1990s.
From The Hedgehog Review