Genuine pluralism within the broader culture is facilitated when there is a strong Christian voice loyal to the Scriptures–as well as strong Muslim voices, skeptical voices, Buddhist voices, atheistic voices, and so forth. Genuine pluralism within the broader culture is not fostered when in the name of tolerance none of the voices can say that any of the others is wrong, and when this stance is the only ultimate virtue.
-From The Intolerance of Tolerance, Eerdmans, 2012
Chapter 2, which unpacks just how widespread intolerance is today, cloaked in the garb of so-called “tolerance” and consistently directly at those who believe in exclusive truth claims (not just Christians, but usually Christians), is alone worth the price of this book. Here’s a five minute clip of Dr. Carson discussing these matters: