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Addresses some issues about tolerance, same-sex marriage, and gender ideology.
This video was a slow burn for both Christians and non-Christians. As a Christian, I'll definitely use those 4 methods.
No, I don't agree here. You can't tolerate the intolerant. Even tolerance has limits. Would you tolerate the Nazi ideology? Of course not, so when people say tolerance they mean within reason. Also, they mean tolerate people who look different, or who speak a different language.
Question 1: Yes, but only when it's reciprocal. If by tolerating intolerant views I enable those views to go on to promote further intolerance, that defeats the whole purpose of tolerance(paradox of tolerance). Thus, justification for refusing to tolerate homophobia/transphobia.Question 2: I simply mean morally acceptable. Without belief in God, we're just left to chart out our own moral compasses and decide as a species what behavior is acceptable. We don't need a higher authority to tell us what rights we have or what we can or can't do, you've just probably never seen things through a non-christian lens.Question 3: My justification is that there's no good reason to condemn LGBT behavior outside of the context of god. It's consensual adults doing their thing, not getting anyone involved that doesn't want to. No tangible drawbacks on society large… seriously, just let people enjoy what they want.Question 4: No, because that's silly. Again, We as a culture have made the decision of what rights we have as human beings over time, it really doesn't take a high authority to sort that out. You really are just incapable of understanding the atheist worldview.
Also, this idea that the world at large views sex as purely physical is absolutely ridiculous. There's an undeniable emotional aspect to it; facilitating a bond and all that. Again, no God required. That's what sets homosexuality aside from rape, pedophilia and zoophilia; none of those 3 involve genuine consent, and without consent there's no true relationship being cultivated.
I think there’s a significant difference between being graceful, compassionate, and being tolerant.
In El Paso, TX a church got sued by a mayor for getting a petition signed for not allowing a mayor to sign a bill that would allow any unmarried couple to receive benefits (tax dollars) if they worked for the city, and of course, the media took that and bent it to mean that the pastor was solely against homosexual couples to not receive those benefits. They also tried to recall the mayor.
As a Christian woman, I'm not tolerant at all with those who think abortion is ok, transgender is ok, homosexuality is ok , I am very opposed to all of these!! I don't think a liberal can be truly a child of God bc anything & everything is ok
This illustrates perfectly why government is secular with the first amendment to support it. Rhe country is comprised of people with many different cultures and beliefs.The part where no law can be made to infringe on ANY religion allows all to believe what they wish without persecution from anyone. Rhe part that says no individual will be forced to follow the teaching of a religion they do not share a belief in. Means no group can force their rules or beliefs on anyone outside of their church.Simply put belief cannot be legislated or interfered with, also no religion can create laws (based on personal belief) that interfere with other beliefs.To avoid confusion these rights include everyone in the country.The religion does not matter it applies to ALL equally. Simply put American laws are not created from any belief in fairness to all.This includes busting the myth that it is a purely christian country that enforces christian rules above all others.
Is he an audience plant with how he said every word of that including a book plug
This is literally the dumbest argument to give for this question. Red herring + straw man = FTs BS argument
Ah, the age old conflation of rights with privileges.
He's so right. Sexual revolution has brought us nothing but pain. God is always right.
What an amazing question
we are way too tolerant. Thinking just talking to someone and telling them they are wrong is not taking a stand unless you follow through with some type of discipline/punishment nothing will change
that's is great book title. "correct – not politically correct"
The farce is strong in this one.
what a plant
I wish I could like this video million times.
Very good. I can anticipate a response being along the lines of "We are now more advanced than we were & can see the justice of same-sex marriage. It's the 21st Century. Laws and rights are human-made. God isn't required to make something right or wrong. We can set our own rights based on an evolved mind and democracy." What would be an intelligent answer to that?
for those who believe that homosexuality is immoral, what harm does homosexuality cause?
this is fiiiiiiiiiire
Can someone explain to me the last part when he says about the sexual revolution parts?
Very well stated.
What app. Can I use
Is this going to go to the "tolerate my intolerance" ideology?
The holy spirit really speaks through this guy! God bless him❤ and he also have a great sense of humour 👍😂
What app is he talking about!?
Jesus said clearly those who have ears listen and obey. He never forced anyone. So.. If someone wants to persuade or follow same sex marriage go ahead..
Jesus will judge every single thing that we humans are committing…
As Jesus said you have eyes to see but you don't seeEars to hear but you don't hear.. It shows our sinful nature and our crave for sin to satisfy our lustful nature
Religion allows people to believe as a group, what only an insane person could believe on their own.
That all sounds very good. What happens when those questions are thrown back? Why do you believe what the bible says? Can you even prove your god exists nevermiond does anything? What would it look like if the bible was made up?
Blessed are the peacemakers, not the peacekeepers. A peacemaker is someone who is willing to resolve both outer and inner turmoil in order to establish peace with others and within themselves. A peacekeeper, on the other hand, desires to maintain peace by avoiding conflict. They typically give in to the tension or steer clear of disagreement to keep others happy.
Thank God for men like this !!! May we raise up an entire generation of true biblical apologists !!!
What app he talkin bout?
Tolerance comes when you realise that there are things you disagree with.
Warning triggered atheists below⬇️
I remember a bishop saying something like this: “tolerance is not a Christian value. Prudence, justice, fortitude, temperance, faith, hope, charity—these are Christian virtues. Tolerance in the face of evil is itself a kind of evil.”
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