Column: Bible always provides basis for truth

There once was a day when you were able to respect other’s beliefs, values, lifestyles or truth claims without sharing them. Today, people are expected to accept every individual’s beliefs, values, lifestyles or claims of truth as equal.

What was once said to deserve permission we are now called upon to embrace.

Some think that to love someone means you will encourage them to do whatever they want, to exercise their freedom and to operate within the framework of moral relativism and situational ethics.

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