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Traditional tolerance has to do with how one treats people as well as ideas that are believed to be false.
Pluralism (both strong and moderate) undermines the motivation for evangelism and missionary outreach.
Modernism is based on:
The Christian apologist needs to try to save and reestablish modernism.
Telling stories or giving personal testimonies is not affective when sharing the gospel message with the postmodern.
According to Christians who are exclusivists, only Christianity presents the true means of salvation.
According to the Apostle Paul, Christians should be peaceable toward people regardless of their views or opinions.
The Inclusivist believes:
Since the mid-nineties (mid 1990’s) the concept of truth has become more _________________ in nature
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Greg Koukl taught that humans are to be elitist toward ideas but egalitarian regarding people.
The classic view of tolerance states that all views have equal value and that one view should not be considered better than another.
The definition of the word tolerance may not have changed, but our culture has dramatically changed its meaning.
New tolerance is easier to apply because it is more consistent than classic tolerance.
All religions contain some elements of truth.
According to the course content all truth is God’s truth.
The concept of the New Tolerance is inconsistent if not impossible to live since humans will disagree with each other’s views regarding truth.
The church cannot use yesterday’s methods and expect to be affective.
New tolerance refuses to distinguish between truth and error.
What you believe should be based upon truth, not culture or even what you have been taught.
The new tolerance has disguised itself in a popular approach to moral decision-making called ______________.