Many speak of "Extremism" as a problem. Some suggest it's not just faith, but "extremist" views which are a problem. But is that really the case?
For example, while extremist Muslim beliefs and practices can lead to concern (i.e., 9-11, here, etc.); consider what becoming more like Christ results in - greater love, greater humility, greater compassion, even willingness to lay down one's life for another!
It's NOT extremism that's the problem, but what some believe. Should we not all be extreme about out beliefs, that is if our belief are worthy of our trust and lives?
We are looking at this in our men’s Bible study and I wanted to make sure and capture it.
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