Saturday, December 18, 2004

Things are different now

The problem with unity is that there are too many opinions that didn’t exist in the formative days of the church, we say. Things are different now. The church in its earliest state didn’t have denominations vying against each other, we are quick to point out. Factions didn’t battle each other for supremacy, and a million divergent opinions weren’t warring against themselves.

That’s right. Things are different now. That’s my point. Let’s get back to the way things were in the beginning, before the unity of believers was spoiled by factions and opinions of men.

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