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Unity

This is exactly how I feel about all humanity, not just Christians. This post is written from a Christian perspective, but the same idea can also be extended to bridge the gap between religions, if people are open-minded and loving enough to accept the idea.

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How do Christians come together in unity? This is probably one of those questions that has vexed many over the ages. How is it possible to show Jesus to the rest of the world when we have a hard time loving other Christians (John 13:35)?
It seems there are at least 200 official, distinct, denominations in North America alone with worldwide estimates of various sects being around 33,000. Many of these seem to be in existence because of issues arising from how one group sees some passages versus the other. However, this isn’t just about the traditional congregations that we all know. As I’ve continued my journey, I see many Christians outside of the institutions are just as divided as those inside. I’m not speaking to being united within a congregation alone but with all Christians that profess love for Jesus.
Now, there are those that would seek to promote their view over…

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My Very Own Provoking Thought for the Day 05/28/2015

The reason that there are thousands of variants of religions is because humans are so evolutionarily fallible and immature that they have only a faulty and imperfect grasp of the Will of God.  On top of that, we humans have a repellent, divisive and distasteful habit of presenting our opinions as absolute Truth.  Some are so deluded so as to actually believe their opinion to be TRUTH absolute!

What do you think?  Agree?  Disagree?  Bored by this thought?  Want to rant, argue, or fight?

Let me know, if it pleases you to do so.  Oh, hell, just do it anyway (hehe, that ought to piss a few people off).