Moscow, May 12, Interfax - The Russian Church official believes that absolute tolerance can make a person lose freedom and individuality. "Tolerance in its absolute development is a death for freedom of word, freedom of thought, morality, turning a person into a mechanism with preset functions," head of the Synodal Department for Church and Society Relations Archpriest Vsevolod Chaplin said at a presentation of the book The Cruel Tolerance in Moscow.

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