These eyes, they will gaze and reflect
And gauge every thought I reject
No sway of stance in changing times
Just a narrow mind commanding respect
We stand on the words of the wise
And languish every call to despise
We know the hollow wound of their lies

No reformed edition
Never losing vision
Now into forever
Only getting better
Ways of now, spiral down
How much more we allow

Keeping sight of the vow we made
Holding fast to the hope
So when we stand in the line of wrath
The true and righteous will know

The foundation that we used to uphold
Now regarded as the madness of old
Every alteration made to the standard of truth
Is a nail in the coffin we hold
We embody everything they despise
Because they see us through degenerate eyes
So when they cast you down as intolerant filth
Stand firm, never bow to the lies

No reformed edition
Never losing vision
Now into forever
Only getting better
Ways of now, spiral down
How much more we allow

Keeping sight of the vow we made
Holding fast to the hope
So when we stand in the line of wrath
The true and righteous will know

See the scorn inside my eyes

Keeping sight of the vow we made
Holding fast to the hope
So when we stand in the line of wrath
The true and righteous will know


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Relentless Intolerance song meanings
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    General CommentWell, this song has been successfully explained. I love that it's so in-your-face, like people always saying, "you're just closed minded and intolerant", and he's like, "yes I am, and I'll never stop being intolerant". It's just great.
    Bambamjr2006on December 06, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThese are great lyrics and pretty straightforward from a Christian perspective: Don't back down from your faith just because others view it as outdated.
    Thunderbolton December 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthis song means to belive what you belive and not to let anyone take that from you.
    deceptionon October 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentfrom demonhunter.net
    “Relentless Intolerance” speaks about the constant breakdown of morality and tradition in the world today. It’s about the pressures of being “open-minded” and “accepting” of things that we’re called to detest and flee from. In a world that always progressing, we need to look back to the times when we were less tolerant of immorality- and that’s what this song is about. There should be “no reformed edition” of the gospel. The things that we believe and trust should be viewed the same tomorrow as they were yesterday.
    The song urges believers to not be ashamed when they are view as intolerant or narrow minded, because even though these are dirty words in today’s world, we are called to walk a narrow path and we cannot afford to be accepting of every sin this world may become numb to.

    Love must be without hypocrisy. Detest evil; cling to what is good.
    Romans 12:9
    Nascarguy329on February 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo reformed edition
    Never losing vision
    Now into forever
    Only getting better
    Ways of now, spiral down
    How much more we allow

    I love it how this part speaks into the atmosphere, cause are words are like a double edged sword,
    and he's literally telling the ways of now to spiral down
    cause some times that needs to be done, we need to command things to spiral down
    binarasteron April 04, 2007   Link

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