When we love people, we want the best for them—we don't want them to make choices that will lead to them getting hurt or being unhappy. But how do we find the right balance between expressing concern and sounding judgmental? And what can we do when someone accuses us of being intolerant just because we disagree? In the previous session we began looking at some tools for engaging moral relativism. In this session we will examine the next three keys to help us communicate our love and respect for other people when having a dialogue about moral issues—and also to resist having the relativistic worldview imposed on us.