Does Christianity teach intolerance?
Only if love is intolerance.
Christianity teaches intolerance at its most basic level.Christianity teaches if you don't believe In Jesus you go to hell and Christians try to convert others. If you believe your way is the only right way you are intolerant
Everyone can access the kingdom of heaven if they believe Jesus died on the cross for their sins and someone telling you that so you will not spend eternity in hell but beside them in heaven is intolerant.
Again. If you believe your way is the only way you are intolerant
No - but some Christians do
Jesus taught be example. He certainly did not teach intolerance. He advocated compassion and forgiveness. Christians are to strive to be like Jesus.
We are intolerant of evil, of sin - but not of people.
It doesn't teach it, but many people practice it.
I can see that.
Some sects yes.
What sects would that be?
Like Westborough Baptist for example.
I would argue if they teach it its not really Christianity.
If Christianity taught this then why did Jesus hang out with the people he did? Before any says westboro baptist church they are a cult.
I hear soo much about that church but know nothing about it...tell me? :)
They protest funerals for veterans saying they died to protect homosexuals and that was gods punishment. They are not baptist in any way. If church members leave including their own children they are cut off from the group. They want media attention.
They also have a very good team of lawyers that attend the church. This allows them to stay open. They have a leader who they view sorta like a god incarnate. It's a bad group but you just have too suffer through them. Freedom is ugly.