Crossing the aisle has never been easy in politics, but in recent years it has been increasingly seen as an act of betrayal rather than an act of bridge-building. Unfortunately, the same is true of disagreements in many non-political realms. Polarization has found its way into our churches, communities, and even our families. In today's argument culture, is there any hope for restoring civil discourse?

Watch this recording of Tim and Rick speaking at Faith & Law’s Friday Forum
where they offer practical steps—rooted in communication theory, ancient wisdom literature, and philosophy — to help move away from destructive polarization to constructive dialogue.