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Be Intolerant: Because Some Things Are Just Stupid [Paperback]

By Ryan Dobson (Author) & Jeffrey Scott (Author)
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Pages   128
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.26" Width: 5.24" Height: 0.36"
Weight:   0.29 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Aug 1, 2007
Publisher   MULTNOMAH BOOKS
ISBN  1414317522  
EAN  9781414317526  
UPC  9781414317526  


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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.

Publishers Description
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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Register your artisan biography and upload your photo! Ryan Dobson is the Vice President of Broadcast at Dr. James Dobson s Family Talk, where he and his father co-host a daily radio show. Ryan lives in Colorado with his wife, two children, two dogs, and seven chickens."

Ryan Dobson currently resides in Los Angeles, in the state of California.

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A Bold and Awakening Book!  Mar 12, 2010

This book was really great to read. It demonstrates how our world today says "oh, don't judge!" or "it's not MY life so I really can't say if it's wrong or right" and how backwards and completely stupid that point of view is. Ryan Dobson explains how JESUS CHRIST is the One who set the rules of this life into place and whether you like it or not, some things are JUST PLAIN WRONG. In a world of being afraid of being politically correct, Ryan really steps out boldly and confronts those who are too afraid to stand up for what's right and to TELL SOMEONE when they are in the wrong. (in a loving way of course) He illustrates how not only is it not a bad thing to tell someone when they are doing something wrong or harmful, but it is our RESPONSIBILITY as Christians to do so.


I would definitely recommend this book for teenagers, parents of teenagers and for young adults as well. It encourages Christians to not be afraid of the truth and not be afraid to stand up for what is right and detest what is wrong. Especially in today's society that tells us everything is subjective, this book is a must read. There is black, there is white, there is wrong and there is right and after reading this, you'll be empowered to make a stand.


The only thing I didn't like about this was how he wrote the book in a "teenager tone". I guess that's good for the youth he is trying to reach but I think he could have really hit some stronger notes if he wrote a little bit more mature.

That being said, just about anyone can get something useful from this book. I liked it a lot!
 
Keep Surfin the Sewage Bro  Jan 23, 2010
Daddy's fundamentalists beliefs obviously did a number on this one. I bet the Focus on the Family bible beatings created the tattoo rebellion and then he grew up to realize, "Gee, I'm just like the old blowhard." The beaches of orange county contain sewage and I guess every time he gets a little poo in his mouth, its a little reward for his good deeds.
 
A Must for Every Christian  Dec 22, 2009
Be Intolerant, by Ryan Dobson, is an excellent read for anyone who questions what moral relativism is, or the like. Ryan walks us through the reality that we cannot claim to have a Christian walk with shades of gray, and that morality cannot be defined apart from Christ. I could not help but jot down notes as I read through this book. This book is a must for any Christian, and should be part of every Christianity 101 or DMD program out there. I will be adding it to my DMD program required readings list as I being to formulate what the program looks like on paper.

In essence, Moral Relativism just flat doesn't work. In reality, it is an option to talk about anything except Y'shua. Ryan states it great, "Moral relativism doesn't follow its own rules, the rules it judges everyone else by. We're tolerant of all - except you, you and you. There is no standard of right and wrong - except for when you violate what we say is right. You can follow any religion you please - as long as it's on our list of accepted ones. We love to hear alternative voices - but if you try to talk to us about Jesus, we will silence you. We're totally in favor of `anything-goes' morality - unless you use that freedom with my girlfriend, or cut me off in traffic, or steal from my. It's not just hypocritical, it's fundamentally broken."

Many education settings try to adopt foolish and broken concepts of inclusivity, diversity, and similar words that translate to "broken garbage that Satan throws out there because we are like the dog that returns to our own vomit." Central Oregon Community College does the same in many aspects. Every religion - except the faith of Christianity - is accepted. There is just something about that, isn't there? The fact that Christ is real and others aren't, perhaps? And in the end, it's about heaven or hell...no gray in between.



And then there is the issue of Christians that cling so closely to their sin...and refuse to give it up. Smoking, for example, is sin. Alcohol, as well.

Ryan addresses all of this, and more. Even video games. And you know - he's dead on. Anyone that disagrees with what is presented in this book obviously disagrees with the Bible, since that is pretty much what he is repeating here.

He breaks it down into three options for us...

1) comply with what the Bible says
2) do what you want but suffer the consequences
3) make up your own philosophy that says G-d's Word is wrong

In reality, only option #1 gets you to heaven...the others go to hell.

I could go on and on and share more, but in truth, get this book and read it. In the end, I hope you'll agree with Ryan (I do), that "Moral Relativism is sin in a toga."

If not, then there are deeper issues, such as your salvation, at hand...
 
Basics of Moral Relativism  May 25, 2009
Ryan Dobson does an excellent job of defining and refuting moral relativism. Spoken with love yet firmness, he helps the reader to see the error in thinking of the moral relativist. His boldness is refreshing. I enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who wants to understand moral relativism and how, at its core, it is not logical. Care needs to be taken with how we confront people - it should always be done in love - Christ's love. I am grateful that this author explains moral relativism in terms young and old can understand. Not a deep coverage of the topic, but a very good beginning.
 
What  Apr 26, 2009
Ok, one question: when does having a communications degree make you a specialist on "youth culture". That's the territory of Sociology, not some communications major. I just looked up this joker and found out he's James Dobson's son. I was worried I was going to have to take this seriously. File under "humor".
 

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