I am 100% Intolerant

I have “tolerated” this whole tolerance term long enough, and today I’ve decided to speak up about it.

Before I tell you why I am against the concept—it’s probably best that we all get on the same page—definition-wise. 

Tolerance. We’ve all heard about. Over and over and over again. It’s the hot topic, it’s the popular term. It’s that little buzz word that gives you a social stamp of approval. 

This word gets thrown around way too often, and no one really seems to grasp its meaning. We live in a world where “tolerance” is actually one-sided. Standing up for what you believe in is only “tolerated” when it agrees with popular opinion. We praise those who state how they feel on an issue…only when it’s what we also believe, of course. Well, that’s not tolerance, that’s approval. That’s just agreeing. 

True Tolerance, by definition, only exists when one person disagrees with another, and yet chooses to permit/accept the other person’s view or belief. 

Tolerance as it is used today does not actually tolerate two opinions. Tolerance is reserved for those who high five each other’s opinions, not accept each other’s differences. If tolerance were really tolerance, those who so proudly claim it wouldn’t be attacking the intolerant.  

This is the paradox of tolerance. 

You cannot honestly say you are tolerant if you aren’t willing to accept/permit when others don’t agree with you. Very few people actually understand that. 

Now enough about the semantics. If you really understand what tolerance means, you should be able to “accept” my opinion when I come right out and say that I am 100% intolerant.  And I’m not ashamed to say so. 

I happily embrace intolerance, because I don’t believe God calls Christians to be “tolerant.” In fact, nowhere in the Bible does God tell us to be tolerant—especially not when it comes to things he calls “sin.” 

Far too often Christians sit idly by as the rest of the world waves the tolerance flag in our faces. We’ve been fed this huge lie that states that speaking against things that God clearly defines as wrong is actually being “morally courageous.” It’s what the world calls “tolerance.” We have been taught to sit down and shut up and keep our opposing opinions to ourselves, because that’s what we’re “supposed” to do, right? And we justify that way of thinking—because we want to “love everyone and show them God’s love.” 

Well, guess what? That’s not being a Christian and it’s not being loving. That’s being a coward. That’s misrepresenting Christ’s love. 

To be a Christian means to stand FIRMLY against what God disapproves of—to love what God loves and hate what God hates. 

You who love the LORD, hate evil! He protects the lives of his godly people and rescues them from the power of the wicked (Psalm 97:10)

If you are a Christian, you have a DUTY to stand up against sin. That is not an option. That’s a command. Not ONCE does God tell us to stand up and support tolerance when it disagrees with His Word. I don’t care what that means for your social standing. Look at Paul. Do you think he gained many friends speaking out against all of the popular and yet sinful practices of the world? In fact, God pretty much assures us that the world will hate you for taking such a stand. 

”If the world hates you, you know that it has hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own; but because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, because of this the world hates you.  (John15:18-19)

Do not love the world nor the things in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life, is not from the Father, but is from the world. The world is passing away, and also its lusts; but the one who does the will of God lives forever. (1 John 2:15-17 )

Translation? You’re not going to be popular when you stand against popular opinion. I know, it’s hard to believe.

Let me be very clear about something… Being intolerant does not mean I am going to be rude, disrespectful or hateful to someone who disagrees with me. It’s not my job to “condemn” someone for what I know to be wrong according to God’s word. I know I wouldn’t want everyone else condemning me for my wrongdoings, because I’ve racked up quite a list of my own. 

 “Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone.” (John 8:7)

In fact, I have plenty of friends who are not Christians who will starkly disagree with me on most issues. We are friends, and I love them, but I will never let them believe that I am okay with what they stand for. To let them believe that would not only be a lie, but it would be a false representation of God and His love.  

And for those of you reading who are not Christians, then my beliefs according to the Bible probably don’t mean much to you, anyway. Therefore I can understand why you don’t agree—because you don’t measure right and wrong by the same God that I do. I get it. And I am not EVER going to be rude or disrespectful to you because of that.

But I am not going to tolerate/accept your beliefs as “one version of right living,” –even though I’m pretty sure you should “tolerate” my intolerance, because if you don’t, you are just as intolerant as I am. 

For those of you who call yourselves Christians…you should be careful with your “tolerant” ideas. While God is never going to stop loving you, he clearly speaks out against people who claim Him but stand against Him.

“Anyone who isn’t with me opposes me, and anyone who isn’t working with me is actually working against me.” (Matthew 12:30

“So, because you are lukewarm–neither hot nor cold–I am about to spit you out of my mouth.” (Revelation 3:16)

If you truly follow Christ, we are called to stand with Him, to stand against sin, and to love others DESPITE their actions against Him—just as God loves all of us despite our sins. 

And so I encourage you—I implore you. Don’t be tolerant. Be loving, be prayerful, be an example of Christ to others…But do not join the bandwagon and start accepting things God hates. 

We are to love others, regardless of their background, religion or other beliefs, but not at the expense of standing on His Word and standing up for truth. Loving people and tolerating their beliefs are two totally different things.

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Hannah Taylor was born in Kerrville, Texas and graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Communications and a minor in Journalism. Hannah currently lives in Los Angeles, California where she works as the Production Coordinator at FOX Sports on FOX NFL Sunday, America’s #1 Pregame show. Hannah has a passion for the news and entertainment industry and loves to write and travel as much as possible. The views expressed in this blog post are her own. 

 

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95 Responses to “I am 100% Intolerant”

  1. Identity3764

    If you think that Christians are “oppressed” or actively persecuted you should try wearing a shirt even implying a non-belief in God or a same gender love while in southern states. THAT is true persecution. I’ve seen good friends literally disfigured for merely “looking gay” and worse when even holding hands in predominantly Christian areas.

    People fail to realize that the Bible condones genocide, sexism, and racism especially in the Old Testament but also partly in the New. What myself and friends are striving for is the government to stop defining what marriage is from an archaic book that people also fail to realize defined women as less than an equal to men. Your founds of your religion regarded you as something lower than man but greater than livestock and allowed your matriarchal ancestors to be bartered and traded about. The moment we stopped allowing women to be bartered for is the moment we “redefined” marriage. So why not one more time?

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    • dreverettpiper

      Identity3764: You say “People fail to realize that the Bible condones genocide, sexism, and racism …” You then show your presuppositions by saying that the Bible is “… an archaic book that people also fail to realize defined women as less than an equal to men…”
      – Questions: Do you understand the distinction between Proscriptive and Descriptive text? While indeed one sets forth the way people should act the other merely describes how they did or did not act. Also, do you understand the various genres of literature such as poetry, prose, parables and prophecy? All these methods of communicating are used to convey given truths in different and distinct ways. None of them can be fully understood outside of the context of rules and intent of the genre in question. It seems apparent to me that many if not all of your criticisms cited above would be resolved simply by understanding and honoring the context and the genre of the biblical writing in question.

      More questions: You say it is the Church that has been guilty of all the misdeeds of and atrocities of the past. This seems very curious to me in light of what the facts of history truly tell us. For example, what organization stood in the face of child sacrifice and female mutilation and forced prostitution of the Canaanites? What organization rescued children from “exposure” in days of the Roman Empire? What organization confronted the sweatshops of the industrial revolution? What organization stopped the slave trade of the British Empire? What organization served as the conscience of the American abolitionist movement? What organization gave MLK his context and content for the Letter from the Birmingham Jail? What organization fueled the women’s suffrage movement? What organization founded the Humane Society? What organization served the dying during the bubonic plague? What organization founded orphanages for the parentless victims of the Black Death? What organization fed the starving Irish of the potato famine? What organization fought for the dignity of all men and women in the face of Marxism? What organization built hospitals and colleges across the expanding American continent to heal and educate the poor? What organization has for 2,000 years served as the self-correcting cultural influence that has brought restoration and renewal and reformation to a people suffering the inevitable cycle of human corruption??

      It seems to me that castigating the Church for the evils you cite above is somewhat akin to blaming your oncologist for your cancer or your teacher for your ignorance. Shooting the messenger is never a good tact in trying to assign blame for a message one doesn’t like.

  2. Okie4eva

    This is really great.

    Loving someone doesn’t mean accepting everything they are doing. You can still love someone and not agree with their lifestyle. Think about a parent. They love their children, but that doesn’t mean they let their kids do whatever the heck they want. There are guidelines, rules, there have and always will be. It’s okay to stand up for those things. We are completely entitled to that. It is true that it is not our duty to condemn people, but to LOVE them and hopefully through the love of Christ they could potentially see a new way of living out their lives. Christ is the only thing that can truly change someone’s heart. There is no way that we will ever change anything by being hateful or judgmental toward anyone. We must develop relationships with people and through community maybe something beautiful can grow.

    Thanks again for writing this!

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  3. Hannah Taylor

    Hi Identity3764, and thank you for your thoughts.

    I am very saddened to hear how some who claim Christianity would behave that way, but I must tell you I am not surprised. Both Christians and Non-Christians fail at showing love, and on behalf of Christians I would apologize to those who have seen a poor representation of Christ’s love.

    That’s why I touched on the difference between love, respect and tolerance. The kind of behavior you are describing is not loving and it’s unacceptable. A true follower of Christ who knows what it means to demonstrate Christ to others would not behave that way. But of course, there are always those who misrepresent Christ, unfortunately. But the point I am trying to make in my post is that Christians are called to treat other with respect, but not to tolerate sin as the Bible defines it. You can be respectful of others without agreeing with them.

    As far as your claims about the Bible are concerned, I must disagree with you. There are certainly examples in the Bible of some of the issues you bring up, but nowhere in scripture does God encourage those types of behaviors. Genocide—for example, does occur, but God does not enjoy watching people die. Unfortunately, God does away with sin and that was one of His methods in the Old Testament—but not without warning them to turn from their sins. It’s sometimes hard to understand, even as a Christian, but everything God did, He did out of love. Furthermore, if you read the Bible, Christ Himself does away with the “Old Law” – and many orders in the Old Testament do not apply in the New Testament. Things like, animal sacrifice and dietary orders, for example—those rules were done away with when Christ died for our sins.

    Yes, even marriage practices were done a bit differently in the Old Testament, but I do not believe marriage was ever “redefined.” The value women held in society changed, but God’s definition of marriage never did. From the beginning, he defined marriage as a covenant between man and woman. It is a sacred, holy and spiritual act. Even when women were traded or viewed as less than a man, Christ repeatedly told men to honor their wives and treat them with love and respect. He didn’t ever redefine the relationship between a man and a woman. Christ did, however, repeatedly draw lines in the sand when it came to sin and unacceptable practices. He NEVER changed his mind about what sin was.

    To follow Christ, you cannot pick and choose what portions of the Bible you want to believe. That’s what I like to call “Buffet Christianity.” It’s easy to do that—to justify doing whatever you want. But either you are 100% FOR God, or you are against Him. It’s really that simple, but it’s definitely not easy. Who are we to pick things out of Christ’s book of life instruction and decide our new way of thinking is better? To be swayed by every cultural whim is to miss the meaning of truly following Christ.

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    • dreverettpiper

      -Identity3764: You say “People fail to realize that the Bible condones genocide, sexism, and racism …” You then show your presuppositions by saying that the Bible is “… an archaic book that people also fail to realize defined women as less than an equal to men…”
      – Questions: Do you understand the distinction between Proscriptive and Descriptive text? While indeed one sets forth the way people should act the other merely describes how they did or did not act. Also, do you understand the various genres of literature such as poetry, prose, parables and prophecy? All these methods of communicating are used to convey given truths in different and distinct ways. None of them can be fully understood outside of the context of rules and intent of the genre in question. It seems apparent to me that many if not all of your criticisms cited above would be resolved simply by understanding and honoring the context and the genre of the biblical writing in question.

      More questions: You say it is the Church that has been guilty of all the misdeeds of and atrocities of the past. This seems very curious to me in light of what the facts of history truly tell us. For example, what organization stood in the face of child sacrifice and female mutilation and forced prostitution of the Canaanites? What organization rescued children from “exposure” in days of the Roman Empire? What organization confronted the sweatshops of the industrial revolution? What organization stopped the slave trade of the British Empire? What organization served as the conscience of the American abolitionist movement? What organization gave MLK his context and content for the Letter from the Birmingham Jail? What organization fueled the women’s suffrage movement? What organization founded the Humane Society? What organization served the dying during the bubonic plague? What organization founded orphanages for the parentless victims of the Black Death? What organization fed the starving Irish of the potato famine?fWhat organization fought for the dignity of all men and women in the face of Marxism? What organization build hospitals and colleges across the expanding American continent to heal and educate the poor? What organization has for 2,000 years served as the self-correcting cultural influence that has brought restoration and renewal and reformation to a people suffering the inevitable cycle of human corruption??

      It seems to me that castigating the Church for the evils you cite above is somewhat akin to blaming your oncologist for your cancer or your teacher for your ignorance. Shooting the messenger is never a good tact in trying to assign blame for a message one doesn’t like.

  4. dreverettpiper

    Hannah – Your article is superb. It highlights the duplicity and self-refuting claims of those who embrace post-modernity and the radical “tolerance” agenda. These folks and their ilk simply find it impossible to live, think and argue consistently for when confronted with disagreement they can’t seem to resist the literal nonsense of saying things such as “I can’t tolerate your intolerance”, “I hate those hateful people”, “I am sure that nothing is sure”, “I am absolutely confident there are not absolutes”, “I know that nothing can be known” and so and so forth. I’ve said many times that these ontological and epistemological gymnastics make these folks look more like a dog chasing its tail more than rational human beings with sound conclusion or a meaningful critique.

    Furthermore, those who blindly embrace “tolerance” as the highest good seem to forget the obvious…. Tolerance is not really all that flattering as the guiding ethic for human relationships. If I tolerate you it doesn’t mean I have to like you and it surely doesn’t mean I am obligated to love you. How absurd would it be for me to say to my wife on our anniversary that for the past 30 years of marriage I have really come to tolerate her?? Tolerance falls far short of the Christian Ethic of love and your article does an excellent job of pointing this out.

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