Skip to comments.The Beauty of Intolerance, a Book Review
Posted on 12/21/2016 7:55:39 PM PST by tbw2
How has tolerance turned into intolerance against Christians? How can Christians stand strong in their faith in the face of being called intolerant and argue their convictions when labeled haters?
"The Beauty of Intolerance" by Josh McDowell and Sean McDowell, a Book Review https://soapboxie.com/social-issues/The-Beauty-of-Intolerance-a-Book-Review
Christians must arm themselves and protect their children and sanctuaries from armed attack. We bask in nativity and averting our gaze while a religions war is waged on US everyday all over the world. The slaughter by moslems on us for our belief is undeniable. Does anyone deny this is a religious war? Are we to just NOT protect our children and churches. Are we to just love Satan?
I’m intolerant. Actual tolerance is a two way street and you sure as hell aren’t going to get any from Muslims.
We better start getting much less tolerant and less compassionate. Both attitudes are killing us.
And it isn’t any more about tolerating people or behavior that is out of the ordinary. It’s about extolling their proclivities, having pride parades for them, turning them into heroes for being weird and declaring our past heroes degenerates and marginalizing and even criminalizing the behavior of the vast majority.
I don’t call that tolerance or compassion, but suicide.
George Carlin - Political Correctness is fascism pretending to be manners
Liberals like to redefine words to their benefit. Tolerance is agreeing with them or you’re mean/evil. Racism is criticism of groups they privilege while saying you’re “privileged” thus must be guilt-tripped to inferior second class status, which means demonizing you isn’t bad.
Unfortunately, George Carlin passed away in 2008.
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