In fact, tolerance, while extolled by the secular world, is not really much of a virtue. For the object of tolerance is always evil. When we say that we tolerate something, we are acknowledging that the thing we tolerate is something evil.
This statement caught my eye. Same could be said about that other secular PC "virtue" of discrimination. Being a discriminate person used to be a virtue, even in the secular world. As in a person on correct discernment. "Why, he's a handsome caught with discriminating tastes!"
Oh well, guess it got lumped into the "social sin" category held among many today.
First post since Easter, must be all the chocolate (or meat). Corrections below.
As in a person of correct discernment. "Why, he's a handsome catch with discriminating tastes!"