"In a world of political correctness devoid of the rule of law, tolerance has come to mean total rejection of Christianity and moral standards. Modern tolerance redefines words like 'marriage,' 'discrimination,' 'equality,' 'morality,' and even 'absolutes.' The word 'tolerance' as it is used today never includes opposing arguments or competing worldviews. Tolerance has become Orwellian and decidedly intolerant." ‚Äď Matthew Staver, Dean and Professor of Law at Liberty University School of Law.
A few examples of recent intolerance for Christianity:
‚ÄĘ The Supreme court determining to exclude anyone who prays in Jesus name from a rotation of officials who open city business meetings...
"CP: Are you saying everyday Christians, students, business people, and homemakers as well as clergy should be expecting bias, intolerance or hostility in all areas of life including civil government, education, economics, public policy, and family?"
"Howse: Actually, if an individual who claims to be a Christian is not experiencing intolerance or persecution ‚Äď being called names, belittled, marginalized, or characterized because you stand for sound theology ‚Äď you should examine yourself to make sure you are a Christian"