A divided church? – A blasphemy!

A Van De Beek

Abstract


By referring to the Creed of Nicaea-Constantinople this article provides a strong argument for insisting that the unity of the Spirit as the one God is expressed in the unity of God. Holding to a wrong doctrine concerning the unity of God is a reason to be excluded from the church. That begs the question what pertains if the Church herself is divided and thus is excluded from the unity of God?
The only way urged upon the Church is conversion, a change that cannot be postponed. To do anything otherwise would cause the theological roots of Apartheid to remain viable.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17570/ngtt.2010.v51n1.a15

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