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January 26, 2012


Russ Hewett

I used a few quotes from this book recently when speaking to a room full of evangelical and charismatic ministers to illustrate the futility of seeking unity or limiting fellowship with one another based on doctrinal agreement.
Peter, James & John extended the "right hand of fellowship" to Paul when they recognized the grace given to him, (Galatians 2:9) not because they agreed with him. (See Galatians 2:11) Seeing God's grace at work in another is reason enough to have fellowship with them.
Great book! Highly recommended.


"Christ-centred" struck me there.

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