Evangelicals and Catholics Together: A Critical Review: Christian Mission In the Third Millennium
"We cannot sacrifice peace with God for peace with each other."
"I pray that they may be one, even as we are one." Our Lord's high priestly prayer, with Golgotha looming on the horizon, has been the source of hope and no small amount of shame for a Christianity that is more divided today than at any time since the Savior prayed in Gethsemane that anxious evening.
Rent asunder in the eleventh century by various issues (chief among them being whether the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father alone or from the Father and the Son), Christendom was divided into Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman or ...