Steven Deaton - January 24, 2024

Secularism (4): Tolerance (1)

Tolerance used to mean allowing others to have a personal conviction with the right to express it, without agreeing with them. In fact, we cherished the idea of having discussions over disagreements and still remaining friends. Now tolerance is defined as accepting and promoting another person’s point of view. If that is not done, one is labeled intolerant. This lesson deals with this issue and the changing attitudes in our society from a biblical perspective.

Scripture References: John 15:18-21, Psalms 119:142

From Series: "Bible Class"

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