My church operates a seminary, and each Friday, the president of the seminary sends out a note "In the Nick of Time." This week's edition exegetes the parable of the flock and the fold in John 9, and points out that those in the fold are kept by an external force--the walls and gate of the sheepfold--while the flock is kept together by the voice of the Shepherd. The first is external, the second internal.
Dr. Bauder ends with a plea; if we desire unity, let us not talk about unity, but let us talk about and desire Christ. In doing so, we shall attain real unity.
Leithart's end of Protestantism V: What happened to the flood? - *Paragraph One, "The End/Future of Protestantism":* Protestants often act as if the Reformation were the end of history, the moment when the Church reach...
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