Losing Our Freedom to Disagree

In the modern world, most people claim to value “tolerance” above all. But in reality, this so-called “tolerance” demands complete acceptance and approval of others’ opposing views—and labels anyone who doesn’t agree with morally objectionable choices an intolerant bigot. As Christians who hold to an objective moral standard (God’s standard), we face accusations like this all the time. And not only is this new idea of “tolerance” spreading, but it has powerful forces at its disposal in areas like politics, law, the media, and education.

As Christians, it can be easy to be intimidated by these accusations as we try to figure out how to react to this new “tolerance.” But we don’t need to be intimidated—truth is on our side.

That’s why we’re offering the book Demanding “Tolerance:” Losing Our Freedom to Disagree by John Aman. This short, easy-to-read book lays out common arguments against basic Christian truth and will equip you to answer with truth and grace.

The book addresses topics such as:

  • Who says your version of the truth is superior to everyone else’s?
  • If you are supposed to “love your neighbor,” why do you oppose hate crime laws?
  • Why does the Bible condemn homosexuality when science has shown that some people are born with same-sex attractions?
  • Just because Christians don’t like abortion, why shouldn’t others be allowed to have them?
  • Isn’t it arrogant and intolerant to say that Jesus is the only way to God?

We’ll send you Demanding “Tolerance:” Losing Our Freedom to Disagree as our thank you for your generous donation to help us continue to stand for truth and defend your freedom. To receive your copy, simply fill out the information form below. If you are able to give a donation of $40 or more, we’ll also include the DVD Discerning Good and Evil, featuring a powerful, full-length message from Dr. D. James Kennedy, as well as interviews with key Christian experts who are on the front lines of the battle between Biblical faithfulness and political correctness.

Don’t miss these two timely resources that will help you understand the times and equip you to make a difference in your sphere of influence.