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climaxed under george w bush in the iraq war. that got taken off the table in many weights another thing i wanted to ask you about the healing question if from the rate it would be devil's advocate that the liberals are to be great supporters of tolerance and diversity in change why can't they be more tolerant of people who differ from them by the ideologically way. isn't that where they still have a case to make. the whole idea is whether were talking about principles or tolerance of everything. and that's never really been the argument. i think it was one of the more interesting figures i talked to him in the book. he's right billy tried to accept their decentered place in the world he sought from the 1950s nine straight years of decline. think about what does it mean to be a countercultural church. if you to be countercultural that depends on you always have a negative about what the culture is. it's kind of a weird circle. i'm hoping one of the things he can do is think about what are the principles were to stand on. to be tolerant of everything. there are principles behind tolerance t
policy that climaxed or plummeted under george w. bush and the iraq war. that got taken off the table. i want to ask about the healing question and robby, can't one make the argument from the right to be the devils advocate that if liberals are going to be great supporters of tolerance, diversity and change, why can't they be more tolerant and diverse of people who differ with them ideologically? isn't this the argument the conservatives have to make? >> it depends. the whole idea is are we talking about principles or tolerance of everything and that has never been the argument. at the southern baptist convention there is an interesting figure and i talk about him in the book who is really trying to accept their kind of decensored place in the world. if you saw the growth rate in the 1950s of nine straight years of decline. and he is thinking what does it mean to be a counter cultural church. if you are going to be counter cultural it depends on you having a negative value of the culture and you will react against it. i am hoping one of the things he can do is thing about what are the pr
particular kind of foreign policy that climax are plummeted under george w. bush and the iraq war. so that got taken off the table in many ways. i wanted to ask you about the healing question. can't one make the argument from the rate, the devil's advocate but if liberals are going to be great supporters of tolerated in diversity and change, why can't they be more tolerant and diverse the people who differ with them ideologically. and that the argument where conservatives still have a case to make? >> it depends because the whole idea is whether we are talking about principles are just tolerance everything. but never been the argument. russell moore is one of the more interesting figures whose kind of figured this out. who is really trying to accept that kind of decentered place in the world. as he saw that chart from the 19 aps through nine straight years of brookline. you think about what does it mean to be a countercultural church? some places he's caught in the same conundrum that if your counter cultural, that depends on you having a negative value of what the culture is if you'r
climaxed or plummeted under george w. bush in the iraq war. so that got taken off the table in many ways. another thing i wanted to ask you about healing question, robbie. if -- can't one make the argument from the right, the, you know, kind of devil's advocate that if liberals are going to be great supporters of tolerance and diversity and change, why can't they be more tolerant and diverse of people who differ from them, differ with them ideologically? isn't that the argument where conservatives still have a case to make? >> well, i mean, it depends, right? the whole idea of -- is whether we're talking about principles or just tolerance of everything, right? that's never really been the argument. so, i mean, one of -- russell moore at the southern baptist convention is one of the more interesting figures who's trying to to figure this out, i talk about him in the book, who is really trying to accept their de-centered place in the world. and as you saw that chart from the 1950s, you know, sort of nine straight years of decline, and he's trying to sort of, like, think about like, ok
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