"We evangelicals are not noted for our humility about our doctrines - our beliefs about what the Bible teaches in various areas of theology. Whatever position we take in a specific area of theology, we tend to feel that our position is airtight and that anyone holding a different view is altogether wrong. We tend to be quite impatient with anyone who differs from us. Ironically, the more our views come from the teaching of someone else instead of from the Bible istelf, the more rigidly we tend to hold these views.
It is one thing to be persuaded that what we believe is correct as we understand the Scriptures; it is quite another to believe that our views are always correct."
Jerry Bridges, The Practice of Godliness.