There is too much phoney tolerance

Jun 10, 2017 by

by Mick Hume, spiked: A perversion of the t-word is being used to excuse restricting free speech. Tory prime minister Theresa May said after the London Bridge terror attack that ‘There is – to be frank – too much tolerance of extremism in our country’, and that ‘we need to become far more robust...

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Observatory Reports 191 Hate Crimes to OSCE

May 22, 2017 by

The Observatory on Intolerance and Discrimination against Christians in Europe recently reported 191 hate crimes against Christians in 16 European countries to the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) for inclusion in its 2016 hate crimes report. Every year on November...

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The Casey review: replacing one form of intolerance with another

Dec 15, 2016 by

Barnabas Fund Editorial. Last week saw the publication of Dame Louise Casey’s review into integration and community cohesion in the UK. Her 199-page report, commissioned by David Cameron when he was prime minister, has been widely praised. However, that praise has focused on her diagnosis of the...

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Intolerance and discrimination against Christians in Europe and North America

Nov 23, 2016 by

by Massimo Introvign, MercatorNet: There is a slippery slope from intolerance, to discrimination, to hate crimes and hate speech. In 2011, I served as Representative of the OSCE (Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe) for combating racism, xenophobia, and intolerance and...

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Revelation 2: Jezebel And The Tolerant Church

Oct 3, 2016 by

by David Robertson, Christian Today: What are the primary virtues of our culture? Diversity, inclusivity, equality and tolerance. That’s what progressive society is all about. But is it? It is a demonstrable fact of modern life that in the name of tolerance we are becoming increasingly...

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Tolerance is No Longer a Virtue

Sep 30, 2016 by

by Aaron Earls, The Wardrobe Door: When we discuss the most controversial moral issues of the day, the conversation usually ends up at the word: “tolerance.” We are told one side is being tolerant, while the other is intolerant. In our culture, tolerance is treated as an understood and accepted...

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