Be Intolerant: Because Some Things Are Just Stupid

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Tyndale House Publishers, Apr 1, 2007 - Religion - 121 pages
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Somebody's cheating at school? Well, that's his business. Your roommate wants an abortion? I wouldn't do it, but hey, it's her life.
Accepting everything means you believe in nothing. When it comes to right and wrong, sitting on the fence won't get you—or the people you love—anywhere. Passiveness is not love. Love is getting in people's faces and telling them the truth.
Finally, someone has the courage to point out that some ideas are simply stupid. Honest and unflinching, Ryan Dobson will show you how to back up your beliefs and be intolerant—in love.

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

Great book by Ryan Dobson. Simple dialogue style writing that would allow to reader to easily understand what he is trying to bring across. How should we show we care for others? What should we do in this current age? Once again i would like to say, this book is is really easy to read. Read full review

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User Review  - Honey T - Goodreads

Great premise but super repetitive. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Ryan Dobson 's hands-on knowledge of youth culture and speaking experience have propelled him to the forefront of today's younger generation. The son of James and Shirley Dobson, Ryan travels extensively, speaking more than 100 times a year at events ranging from youth camps to crisis pregnancy center fundraisers. Ryan is a graduate of Biola University with a degree in communications and lives in southern California, where he loves to surf Orange County 's top beaches and skateboard with friends.

Ryan Dobson
Ryan Dobson's hands-on knowledge of youth culture and his speaking experience have propelled him to the forefront of today's younger generation. Ryan travels extensively, speaking more than 100 times a year at events ranging from youth camps to crisis pregnancy center fundraisers. A graduate of Biola University with a degree in communications, Ryan lives in southern California, where he loves to surf Orange County's top beaches and skateboard with friends.
Jefferson Scott
Jefferson Scott has written extensively for "Christian Single, Focus on the Family Clubhouse, "and other Christian magazines. He is the author of five novels, including the military thrillers "Operation: Firebrand "and "Operation: Firebrand--Crusade," A graduate of both seminary and film school, Jefferson currently makes his home in the Pacific Northwest, where he writes full-time. He and his wife have two children.

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