True John. And really, rarely do we see eschotological ro theological view changed in debates. The only time I was ever willing to change was after getting alone with scripture, in prayer, and spending serious time and effort in studying it out, with the goal only of being to please God.
I think we should all be willing to hear things that challenge us, even in deeply held things, even in fundamentals, if for no other reason that to take again the time to investigate all the claims given from a biblical perspective, even if just to refresh it into our minds and hearts.
I have listened to people claims of losing salvation, of Jesus not being God, many things that I know scripturally are incorrect, and I will often go over the points they seek to make, scripturally. I always come out where I was, because those things are clear, but it also gives me a way to clearly dispute it to them-after all, if I'm not willing to go over their points, why would I expect them to go over mine?
Mind you, it isn't being carried about by winds of doctrine-rather, it is faith that the challenge will be met well, because I know the truth. And if I conclude I am wrong, then I can more clearly see to obey properly. And I HAVE been wrong before, and I suspect I might be again.