A SINGLE-SIDED VIEW
Reference: John 7:40-53
Regarding the same Jesus, there were multiple view points and arguments about who he was. Simply put, different people saw him as different things and that divided opinion. This is often the situation when knowledge of any form sits at the centre of a discussion.
Whenever we only see one side of an issue or one view point in an argument, we are likely to approach it from a lopsided point of view. Whenever we throw our weight behind a single dimension of a cause without concern for any other possible diversifications, we are more likely to become blindsided. Why?
Because in those instances, we tend to perceive issues from the dimensions we want and therefore ignore any other alternatives that poke holes in our basket of thoughts. That could lead to drawing conclusions that are ‘incomplete and have multiple facets missing’.