Two Works of Doctrine
"Unity in essentials, liberty in things indifferent, and charity in all things."
Christian histories tend to be largely preoccupied with tracking the developments of the most arcane points of theological disputation—arguments that had little to do with what made Christianity a distinctive vibrant faith, or were germane to the experience of a lived, transformative spiritual life. Councils disputed the nature of trinitarian unity (wer…
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