Just started listening to John MacArthur's new series "How to talk to a heretic" available here.
MacArthur says of the series:
"When Jesus encountered religious leaders teaching dangerous error, He didn’t seek common ground. He confronted, exposing the lies and shunning any sense of unity with false teachers. The need today is desperate for a fresh understanding of Jesus’ model. Step inside one of His poignant confrontations with pious enemies of truth and learn How to Talk to a Heretic."
I must say that I totally agree with what MacArthur says. Turning a blind eye to heresy, coddling false teachers and avoiding confrontation at all cost are not Christian virtues as some so desperately want us to believe. There is nothing unkind or unloving about warning others that they are following a false Jesus or that they have embraced a false gospel that has no power to save. In fact quite the opposite is true if one is to truly love as Jesus did.