(Tract available from our friends over at onemilliontracts.com ) While sharing the gospel last weekend I had the opportunity to speak with a young man who does not believe the same things that I do. We didn't argue with each other. We didn't call each other names other than the ones given to us by our parents. Neither of us got angry or raised our voices. No fingers were pointed in faces or poked into chests. No insults were thrown or intellects questioned. It was nice. But we still disagreed. One of the great things about our country is that we have the freedom to believe as we choose. Other people don't have to like our beliefs or our opinions. Other people don't have to share them. But we are free to believe. It's our right. We have an inalienable right. Even if we use that right to be wrong . The constitutional freedom to believe differently is a good thing. But we fool ourselves if we think we can all be correct in our beliefs. We can&
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