In a world that claims to value “tolerance” above all, any disagreement with opposing viewpoints is seen as hatred. This so-called “tolerance” demands that you accept and approve of others’ morally questionable opinions and choices, no matter what they may be. Moreover, this new tolerance has powerful forces at its disposal in areas like politics, law, the media, and education.
As Christians, we are now accused of intolerance merely for holding to foundational Christian truths and doctrines—especially the belief that Jesus is the only way to God. But we don’t need to be intimidated by these accusations.
Demanding Tolerance: Losing our Freedom to Disagree is a short, easy-to-read book that lays out common arguments against basic Christian doctrines and truth and equips you to answer these arguments with truth and grace. The book includes questions on topics like morality, religion and politics, homosexuality, abortion, Christianity, and many more. Sample questions include: Who says your version of the truth is superior to everyone else’s?; Why does the Bible condemn homosexuality when science has shown that some people are born with same-sex attractions?; and Isn’t it arrogant and intolerant to say that Jesus is the only way to God?