Beth Silvers and Sarah Holland
I Think You’re Wrong (But I’m Listening)
A Guide to Grace-Filled Political Conversations
Thomas Nelson, 2020
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Modern etiquette advises avoiding political conversations. But you can learn how to discuss politics with others in a frank, respectful way.
Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers, co-hosts of the podcast Pantsuit Politics, know that discussing politics in the United States can be a minefield. But if you research prickly issues, remove your “team jersey” and avoid trite talking points, you can pave the way for meaningful dialogues. The authors lie at opposing ends of the political spectrum but find common ground in their Christian faith. While this mutual interest provides fodder for many of their examples, their guide aims to help people of any creed navigate thorny conversations and seek valuable political discussions.
About the Authors
Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers co-host the podcast Pantsuit Politics. The former lawyers represent opposing political parties, but they find common ground in their love of debate and their faith.
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