Should Christians be tolerant?

Should Christians be tolerant?

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These days, it’s normal to “live and let live.” But what does it mean to be a tolerant Christian leader in the church in today’s society?

If God calls you to be salt and light, you can’t just ignore immoral behavior. So how should you speak up, knowing you might get an intolerant response?

A new research brief from Pastor Mark and his research team – Should Christians be Tolerant? – explains the philosophy of tolerance, its limits, and paradoxes – and how it fits with God’s command to be His people in a broken world.

Explore…

  • A Christian worldview and ethics
  • The limits and paradoxes of tolerance
  • Tolerance and intolerance in the United States

So download your free research brief today, and get equipped to lead on this difficult issue.

Don’t forget: This month you can stream Pastor Mark’s series on Colossians to help you lead others through life’s big questions – by pointing them to a big Jesus!

Mark Driscoll
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Pastor Mark Driscoll is a Jesus-following, mission-leading, church-serving, people-loving, Bible-preaching pastor. He’s grateful to be a nobody trying to tell everybody about Somebody. Read More