Acceptance v. Condoning



The political climate in the past few years has been characterized by a level of polarization that would seem to indicate that it isn’t possible to disagree with a person without being disagreeable. Perhaps we’re afraid that being tolerant of other people’s beliefs will cause others to think we agree with them. Isn’t it possible to accept a person without necessarily agreeing with that person’s position? Even if we consider their opinion to be assinine, can we not respect their right to that opinion?

Matt Knisely

Matt Knisely is an Emmy Award–winning visual storyteller, creative director, and author who loves telling stories of the extraordinary. Make sure you check out his book Framing Faith, it helps connect the seemingly unconnected, see the beauty right in front of us, and revealing how to be present in the moment.

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