I was recently with a father who had been told by his son that he couldnt continue to be around his father because it could be condoning his father's actions (which, admittedly, have not been that great).
But I/we hear this often. If I go to the wedding, I'm condoning. If I get them a gift, I'm condoning. If I don't do this or if I do do that... will I be condoning their actions?
This can be good to think about but apparently, Jesus didn't think too much of it. He condoned (by most of our definitions) pretty much everything under the sun that most people worry about condoning today.
Well, except, he didn't seem to condone the people who used the threat of condoning something as a reason not to utterly and completely love them.