I seem to be on an orthodoxy kick these days. Drawing on an article by Garret Keizer in April 22 edition of Christian Century I offer this citation from Kenneth Leech that speaks well for my own view on these matters:
The rejection of paradox and ambiguity is the characteristic of heretics in all ages. Heresy is one-dimensional, narrow, over-simplified, and boring. It is straight-line thinking, preferring a pseudo-clarity to the many sidedness of truth, tidiness to the mess and complexity of reality. Orthodoxy by comparison is rooted in the unknowable.