Monday, 14 April 2014

Unity doesn’t mean uniformity

In "One Unholy Divided Church" Bob on Books writes:
Unity doesn’t mean uniformity. Christians above all others, it seems to me, should be into unity in the midst of our diversity. We worship a God who is Three yet One. It seems that if we focused more on the One who unites us, the One who redeems us, the One who in common we all worship, the One who calls us into mission, the One who has created and redeemed us all and the One who has spoken and shown himself through the prophets and apostles, we could possibly do a bit better at this unity thing than we are at present. What do you think?
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Additional literature:

Disunity in Christ (Part 1)

Disunity in Christ (Part 2)

Mandela the 'Terrorist' (Part 1) - By Their Strange Fruit

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