As a specific example, consider the stem cell debate. The Perfesser has properly invoked "immoral" on that subject from his perspective. I don't agree with it; that doesn't mean that, in turn, I should accuse him of being immoral/improperly trying to impose his morality upon everyone/advocating unconstitutional means unless I actually spot him doing so (which I haven't). Similarly, that I disagree that "life begins at conception" shouldn't mean that he should routinely accuse me of being a baby-killer because I think some highly restrained research from rigorously obtained specimens is appropriate, and indeed morally required. By doing so, we would both lose the opportunity to learn from the other. That's not the same thing as the old saw "losing the opportunity to convince the other guy"; there is virtually nothing I can imagine that would convince me that life begins at conception, and I suspect the converse is also true. However, that doesn't mean we can't both learn; the Perfesser might concede that harvesting from the "inevitably nonviable" is a good idea, while I might concede that routine harvesting is a bad ideaif only due to the potential for insult and abuse.
In a more abstract sense, the concerted refusal to debate (instead of destroy) just echoes Lucifer's self-fulfilling prophecies before the Fall in Paradise Lostand everyone who engages in that practice steps into Lucifer's shoes (if, that is, angels wore shoes), no matter what side they are on in a given dispute and no matter how "moral" or "correct" their initial position. Sometimes one has little choice but to go to war; that is not, however, true of every disagreement.