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December 22, 2018


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A Friend Who Would Prefer to Remain Anonymous

"... in reading the book I realized I don't really have an imagination for ecclesiological unity."

This strikes me as an intrinsic feature of Protestantism, and one key reason that I am not and could not be a Protestant.

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