This article is about the right kind of intolerance that Scripture demands from us.
If tolerance in our times means that all values, beliefs, lifestyles, and truth are equal, then tolerance has become something else. This article explains this new form of tolerance and its implications for Christians.
Expressing one’s conviction in the area of morality, ethics and religion in public is becoming more difficult by the day. The gospel of tolerance has moved conviction to the private life of each individual. This article shows Christians how to live in times where expressing a conviction in public may result in personal attacks. The author looks at the nature of Christian convictions and areas where conviction is needed today.
Is there room for pragmatism in Christianity? This article discusses pragmatism in church worship and evangelism.