Bible Text: 1 Corinthians 5 | Preacher: Donnie Case | Series: CHURCH DISCIPLINE | Tolerance is a good word yet our culture has stretched it over too great an area, applying it where it does not belong. Originally, tolerance meant to acknowledge that others have differing beliefs and accept that it is their right to hold those beliefs. In this way, Christians are to absolutely be tolerant. But more recently, tolerance has come to mean accepting that those other beliefs are true—something Christians cannot do.
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