In an age when being nice is the highest virtue, publicly confronting error from a well-known Christian is perhaps the last taboo in contemporary evangelicalism. I am a pastor. I write things that a very small number of people here and there read. I say things that a relatively small number of people hear. If I write or teach something that is in error it ought to be corrected. In fact, if my brothers turn a blind eye to error in my teaching then they have done a disservice to the church.
—Todd Pruitt, “Evangelicalism’s Last Taboo”