Excerpts from UNESCO's

Declaration of Principles on Tolerance

See also Declaration of Principles on Religion in a Culture of Peace

Perhaps you are wondering how this could be happening in America. What happened to free speech? To religious freedom? To kindness?

Remember the paradigm shift. The new paradigm changed all the rules. The globalist meaning for tolerance permits no tolerance for Christianity. An international "Declaration on Tolerance," prepared by UNESCO and signed by member nations," defined the new global standard. All nations would be responsible for fulfilling this international contract by teaching the "right" kind of tolerance. Though America didn't sign, our schools are leading the way.

As you read these excerpts from UNESCO's international contract on tolerance, ask yourself, "Can Christian children really "appreciate" what God forbids? Look up Deuteronomy 18:9-13, Romans 1:18-32 and I Corinthians 10:11, then follow its twisted logic below:

  • "Tolerance is respect, acceptance and appreciation of the rich diversity of our world's cultures... It is not only a moral duty, it is also a political and legal requirement. [appreciating lifestyles that clash with our faith?]

  • "Tolerance... involves the rejection of dogmatism and absolutism..." [especially God's moral guidelines]

  • "Tolerance... means that one's views are not to be imposed on others." [Would this end our freedom to share the gospel with others?]

  • "Intolerance... is a global threat."

  • "Scientific studies and networking should be undertaken to coordinate the international community's response to this global challenge, including analysis... of root causes and effective countermeasures, as well as research and monitoring..."

  • "Tolerance promotion and the shaping of attitudes of openness, mutual listening and solidarity should take place in schools and universities, and through non-formal education... at home and in the workplace." [How will they reach into homes? Would non-formal education also include youth centers where students can play and "re-learn" after school?] 

  • "Promote rational tolerance teaching methods that will address the cultural, social, economic, political and religious sources of intolerance -- major roots of violence and exclusion." [Are Christian moral values equated with violence?]

This amoral standard for right and wrong has permeated teacher's colleges, educational laboratories, and curricula for decades. It has torn down God's boundaries, and allowed immorality and deception to flood our land. No wonder children are adrift in a tumultuous current of inner conflict and moral confusion. See Tolerance as a Tool for Transformation

God warned us long ago that this would happen: "Woe to those who call evil good and good evil... Woe to those who are wise in their own eyes and clever in their own sight." (Isaiah 5:20)

See also Tolerance as a Tool for Transformation

UNESCO's Declaration of Principles on Religion in a Culture of Peace

See the complete version of UNESCO's declaration here: http://www.unesco.org/cpp/uk/declarations/tolerance.pdf