It’s time to bury this argument. It is no longer valid. (Actually it was never valid and I’ve just accepted this now).
We now have gradually typed languages that allow for mixing and matching the best aspects of both paradigms. I’ve also recently started to appreciate the value of a good type system. The compiler flagging weird data flow is very valuable and helpful in exploring the problem domain. I now think if given the choice it’s always better to use a statically typed language unless the shape of the data is determined at runtime. If the application is highly dynamic then there isn’t much to be gained from using a statically typed language and the iteration speed of a dynamically typed language is probably more valuable than compiler/type enforced correctness. Then again this trade-off is moot with languages like TypeScript so time to have the cake and eat it too.