Everywhere you look, everyone else is bending over backwards to show how inclusive they are. From businesses to banks, schools and charities, inclusion is our culture’s highest good and woe to you if you aren’t "included among the inclusive".
There's great pressure, especially for Christian youth, to denounce anything that would not affirm everything. This is especially true around the hot topic issues of sexual orientation and gender identity.
As a result even evangelical churches are jumping aboard the “inclusion train” believing that the way forward is for the culture to view the church as among those championing inclusion.
But what does “inclusion” even mean, and should Christians pursue it? And if so, how?
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