One of the reasons I believe that multiple (and sometimes competing) viewpoints can be valid is that I do not view logic and reason as deterministic (meaning that is only one possible outcome for a given set of axioms and reasoning to support a conclusion).
This can be demonstrated in math with the equation of √9=±3. Even in something as concrete as math, there can be more than result from a process of logic or reason. Math and logical reason, in many ways being very similar can also yield multiple results from the same process.
What is your view, is there only one valid view or are there multiple valid views?