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Tolerance For Other Religions

Do you have tolerance for other religions? If so(you are after all a Christian) why do you witness?

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I respect other's religion. After all it is what and how they believe. They believe what they know to be true, the same with me. I witness about my God and how I believe, they can chose to listen or not, same with me. I don't bash any other's religion. I just don't understand some religion, so why bash it?
---Rebecca_D on 12/25/07


Explain your meaning of "tolerance". If you mean to I respect other people, "yes". Do I respect their religion, "no" - if it's not Christian. If I did, I wouldn't waste my time in witnessing if something else was just as good. As I told one little old lady who wasn't a Christian but had another religion, "You are sincere, but you are sincerely wrong."
---WIVV on 5/2/07


A good salesman can only sell a product successfully if they feel it is the best product available. A Christian is the same way. A Christian cannot be a positave witness if they are of the opinion that any other religion will do the same job. While you may respect the person, you CANNOT have tolerance for the religion. (This doesn't mean you speak against another religion, it means you speak for Christianty.)
---WIVV on 1/24/06


I agree, someone needs a history lesson bub, give AMERICAN history a try.
---mike on 1/3/06


America was founded by Freemasons & deist. Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Deist. George Washington, a 32 Degree mason. Masonic symbols are found all over Wash DC is awash in masonic symbols. True, they were well immersed in Christian culture, long before secularism became a religion in itself. Someone needs a history lesson.
---The_Antidogma on 1/3/06




There is only one God (Father, Son & Holy Ghost). All other "gods", their 'prophets' & books are liars and fakes, sponsored by Satan to deceive humans (images of the real God), into rejecting the real God.

Tolerance of other religions is like having tolerance for those who come to steal your Father's property.

All humans belong to the Living God of the Bible. God wrote the Bible - 2 Tim 3:16, so it true, and He is Truth - Jn 14:6. Leading people away from Him is what Satan does.
---a_servant on 1/3/06


antidogma - could it be that you are not Christian - We see muslims sneak around and try to imitate believers, then try to stir up controversy....the antidogma has spoken.
---mike on 1/3/06


First off, America was founded on Christianity. Second, Re-read John 14:6, Do you see any tolerance area there? I don't. God is loving, long-suffering, gracious, and merciful but I hope no one thinks He intends to tolerate other religions on judgement day.
---mike on 1/3/06


Mike, what do you propose? Toleration is freedom of religion, you have a better standerd? Explain it. America was founded on FREEDOM of religion. People should not post things they cannot back up.
---The_Antidogma on 1/3/06


Jesus is the Way, the Truth and the Life... I don't find a lot of tolerance in that. Tolerance=allowing others to go to hell on their false religions. We don't have the authority for tolerance.
---mike on 1/3/06




Amen brother Wayne. God-speed to you, and may his kingdom be advanced. "Let come your kingdom, let be done your will as in heaven, also upon the earth." Matthew 6:10.
---Eloy on 1/3/06


Wayne87, I like your views regarding tolerance of the beliefs (religions) of other people and how you go about witnessing! As a Christian I am quite alarm with the views of Robert.
---Rainera on 1/3/06


Eloy, I agree. We can do so much so that others may see Him. We can always ask, What would Jesus do? In His life He revealed perfect love, and yet was crucified. Thanks for your input.
---Wayne87 on 1/2/06


In America we have pluralism, freedom of religion. There are a thousand religions in America, Within Christianity are a thousand sects. The greatist divisions are within, not betweeen religions. Seperation of church and state. To be tolerated, we must tolerate.
---The_Antidogma on 1/2/06


The government of this country is becoming more intolerant, hostile, and discriminatory against Christianity. Tolerance does not mean ignoring others of lost persuasions, nor does it mean silence. We are commanded by God to share our faith with the unsaved, so that they too can become saved, else they will die in their sins and we will be held accountabled for their condemnation.
---Eloy on 1/2/06


Refer to Genesis - man & women were created in God's image.ALL PEOPLE are loved by God thus so incapable of understanding the measure of His love & perspective. WE must not judge anyone as we small,simple humans. TRUE followers of Christ seek to be humility & are unassuming. Don't assume God's position or how He thinks or feels.
Pray & be a humble spirit.
That will bring you the greatest grace & blessings.
---Marie on 1/2/06


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We must not tolerate other religions! Toleration is those with no real convictions. America was founded by those who wanted America to be a Christian nation, not a pagan one.I ask, what compromise go you want to make with the devil?
---robert on 1/2/06


"Tolerance" for something does not make it right. When we truly love others, we don't just tolerate them! We actively seek to share the Light of the world with them! Respect is due to all. Jesus loves everyone, yet He will not force any to receive Him as the Light. In true love there is the utmost respect for the freedom He gives to everyone. Consider how Jesus respected all, yet had to say that there was truth that had to be received in order to be saved.
---Wayne87 on 12/31/05


I witness because Jesus tells me to and he is the boss. There are people from other religions that are doomed to hell unless they accept Jesus Christ, who is the only way to God. Many have been deceived by the father of lies, Satan. But the truth of Jesus Christ can set them free!
---wes on 12/31/05


I see tolerance as accepting someone's right to believe differently from me but not accepting that his religion is right. The other person has the right to ignore all we say if they choose, and remain lost. We have no choice but to tolerate things in this world that we know are wrong but we do not have to accept them and live by other people's standards. This is not a standard dictionary definition of tolerance - it is how I see it personally.
---M.P. on 12/31/05


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