This ability to distinguish between goods and bads in a person is what we are missing today. We tend to either accept a person as a whole or to reject him as a whole. I love a song that is read by a British singer. It reminds me of the peace that a believer gets after his death. Not that the song is about that, it just makes that effect on me. I said this to a friend and he said "but that singer has a very serious and known moral problem", and I thought, "so what? I appreciate his art, not his personality".
Is it too much out of order if I say that I am a student of Islam, and I like the style of Richard Dawkins when he debates, even though he debates as an atheist?