April 11, 2022
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today, we’re following up on last week’s episode about the dangers of toxic empathy; this time we’re talking about the dangers of unfettered inclusion. Like with empathy, inclusion seems universally positive, and many Christians embrace it as an important value to have. But, as we discuss, inclusion isn’t technically a virtue, and when pursued for its own sake, it can have unintended consequences and lead Christians away from biblical truth.
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Previously Mentioned Episodes:
Ep 593: Is Empathy Making Us Stupid? https://apple.co/3xeCsPo
Ep 595: Disney & the Dark History of Gender Grooming https://apple.co/3LUlh9R
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