A United Christendom

Unity in Christendom is a subject that gathers intense interest as time goes on. Some denominations have united in an effort to make Christianity one church. Others hold aloof, believing that it is essential to have many denominations in order to maintain theological independence.

No doubt, the breaking up of the Christian movement into many denominations has been a transitional step toward eventual unity on a right basis. Such unity, however, will never be achieved until Truth, which is Christianity in its highest sense, is universally understood.

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Structure and Church
June 1, 1963
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