Posts Tagged: tolerancia

Fallamos ante la Tolerancia Cultural

¡Bienvenidos Amigos! Y gracias por acompañarnos en esta última publicación de nuestra nueva serie de blogs de un año que hemos llamado “Juntos en una Aventura”. En esta publicación, veamos la palabra “tolerancia” y si la sociedad empuja el significado deseado. La tolerancia, tradicionalmente, se define como reconocer respetuosamente las creencias y opiniones subjetivas de… Read more »

Cultural Tolerance Fails Us

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Welcome! Thanks for joining us for this, the latest post in our new year-long blog series we’re calling “Journey Together.” In this post, let’s look at the word “tolerance,” and whether society pushes its intended meaning.  Tolerance, traditionally, is defined as respectfully acknowledging another’s subjective beliefs and opinions — without endorsing or accepting them. As… Read more »

A Timely Message

David Limbaugh highlights Josh McDowell’s message about cultural ‘perfect storm’ I’ve always felt as if I’ve known renowned Christian apologist Josh McDowell through his many excellent books, but I finally got to meet him in the flesh, and what a blessing it was. As I mention in my latest book, “Jesus on Trial,” I read… Read more »

Si Dios es tan amoroso, ¿por qué no puede ser más tolerante con el pecado?

Todos sabemos que Dios tiene un serio problema con el pecado, pero si él es verdaderamente amoroso ,el debería ser más tolerante con nuestras limitaciones, ¿no es así? La realidad es que Dios es misericordioso, pero eso no es lo mismo que ser tolerante Hay una razón por la cual Dios no puede soportar el… Read more »

A Few Thoughts on the Hatmaker Position on LGBTQ

[Post by Sean McDowell] [Article by Sean McDowell] For a variety of reasons, I [Sean] rarely respond publicly to other Christians. But in this case, I feel compelled to do so. Last week, in an effort to be compassionate and loving, popular Christian author Jen Hatmaker came out in support of LGBT relationships, referring to them… Read more »

If It Feels Right…

 “I mean, I guess what makes something right is how I feel about it.” The youth of this generation are not especially immoral, certainly no more than the generations that came before, according to David Brooks of the New York Times. But, “what’s disheartening is how bad they are at thinking and talking about moral… Read more »

The Bible: My Kids Don’t See Its Relevance

Is the Bible Worth Reading?  Mary looked up at her daughter Stephanie. “Hi, Sweetie. How was your first day of college?” “Awesome, Mom! One interesting thing happened.” “What’s that?” asked Mary. She stopped sorting laundry so she could give Stephanie her full attention. “Well, I learned that the university has a multicultural education policy.” “A what?”

Intolerance in the Name of Tolerance

Intolerance From Those Who Demand It.  Society would have us believe that God is a myth. That the Bible is a dusty, outdated book of stories that don’t apply to us today. That a universal truth can’t possibly exist, because every person’s viewpoint and lifestyle is valid and must be accepted.  Many take issue with the bible suggesting… Read more »

Tolerance Doesn’t Mean Tolerance

“Tolerance”: Differing Definitions. Perhaps you’ve noticed that the Christian community is divided from modern culture when it comes to 1) what it means to be tolerant and intolerant; 2) who or what is to judge what is morally right and wrong; 3) what it means to accept without approving; 4) how we are to demonstrate… Read more »