by Steven Faulkner
In several recent conversations with conservative Christians, I broached the subject of Christian unity, and almost without fail, I was met by puzzled looks and skepticism. How on earth are believing Christians to work out their differences? How are we to repair centuries-old schisms? Is there a way? For generations earnest men of conflicting parties have chapter-and-versed each other without mercy before a watching world.
So, I asked myself, what has become of the bo . . .
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