When You’re Not On the Same Page, But In The Same Book

What a well-written and thoughtful exhortation to the church. I don’t want to forget this.

Stephen McAlpine

I entreat Euodia and I entreat Syntyche to agree in the Lord…whose names are in the book of life. (Phil 4)

The turn of politics in the West clearly shows that that Christians who aren’t on the same page politically better recognise they’re in the same book. If they don’t then there’s a shameful schism coming to the church that will expose how in thrall we are to earthly politics as our true hope.


If my Facebook page is telling me anything these past days (indeed the past six to twelve months), it’s this: Many Christians are dangerously close to aping the partisanship of the world when it comes to how they view those who disagree with them politically.

The age of respectful discourse is pretty much over in the public political square. That much seems clear.  And it won’t be coming back any time soon.  That too is clear…

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