Does our desire as Christians to be inclusive of all sorts of people mean that we will never say, 'You should not do that'? Surefish Daily ReadingI read this yesterday and so wanted to answer this question! There is a big difference between advising people and ordering them. Too often Christians order people - and it is wrong and it does us no good. We need to respect people's free will, of course we can explain our views to them, but to order them or threaten them shows an arrogance that is not found in Jesus.
Some Christians also do not appear to understand the difference between the law of the land and a belief drawn from faith. I may or may not believe something is wrong because of my faith - but if I live in a land which has chosen a different law then I am free to campaign against it - and in many senses I have a duty to do so - but if I chose to break the law in doing so I must be prepared to take the consequences. After all we have rather a good role model for doing exactly that.