One way to get into trouble, theologically speaking, is to hold tenaciously to one aspect of the truth to the exclusion of counterbalancing truths. In fact, this is how people get into heresy: taking one aspect of the truth and making it the whole, entrenched on one side of a false dichotomy. Learning to embrace BOTH/AND thinking is really important.
I was reminded of one of these important BOTH/ANDs when I was listening to a talk from Dallas Willard. He was talking about the ways that both liberals and conservatives miss the point of the New Testament. The liberal mistake is to emphasize structural and social evils but neglect the more personal, covenantal aspects of salvation. The conservative mistake is exactly the opposite: emphasizing our need for forgiveness and personal redemption to the neglect of structural evils.