The Man Who Spent 23 Minutes in Hell: Why Compassion Shouldn’t Be Confused With Tolerance

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Shawn Akers

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There are reasons, perhaps excuses, that hinder people from sharing Christ with others, and there are reasons why people should.

A lot of people want to be perceived as tolerant of everyone’s beliefs, which seems like a compassionate stance to take. However, compassion is not to be confused with tolerance.

We should be considerate and kind but not be tolerant of all beliefs, especially false ones.

Watch this video. You may get convicted of a few things. {eoa}

Bill Wiese and his wife, Annette, founded Soul Choice Ministries in 2000 for the purpose of spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ. With hundreds of requests to share 23 Minutes in Hell, they left their careers in 2007 to enter full-time ministry. Since that time, they have witnessed this God-entrusted message transform thousands of lives worldwide. To God be all the glory.

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