We're supposed to be peculiar people, right? Some people seem to equate being peculiar with not eating pigs or drinking or smoking. I imagine that we would be even more peculiar if we didn't argue with each other. Let's try that. At church this Sabbath, if there are usually arguments or any unpleasant conversation there, speak up and say that it's against your religion!
Why do we say, "Oh, I can't smoke. It's against my religion," or "I can't eat out on Sabbath. That's against my religion," when arguments and disputes are even more antithetical to our religion? But I hardly ever hear anyone preaching against or correcting others for being critical and argumentative.