This article seemed pertinent to a number of discussions on here, in particular
“If you’re concerned with truth, you must give other perspectives reasonable consideration. The principle of charity means attempting to understand an argument on its own terms. As the late James Leo Garrett said, ‘Only when you can state your opponent’s position so well that they themselves say, “Yes, that’s what I believe,” can you then begin to debate.’
Listen to the best arguments for the positions you disagree with, not just those that are easily defeated.”
How to Battle Theological Confirmation Bias (thegospelcoalition.org)
I would expand the author’s statement in section 2 of the final part of the article to include extra-biblical information in the “context” of a passage, for instance that “setting the earth on its foundations” does not literally mean that the earth is on a building-like foundation.