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April 29, 2016


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Mark Basil

I really appreciate these parables, thanks Brad.
Your affirming words for the 'nones' also applies I think to the phenomenon of "schism".
I used to think of schism as the ultimate heresy, but at least as it applies to our contemporary, local setting there very well may be reasons to "split" that are rooted in following the Shepherd's voice. I did not have so articulate a way of thinking it, but I had a primordial thought about this over the difficult split of St Matthew's in Abbotsford. I really dont know though.
God knows.

Any thoughts on how these principles/lessons might apply to schism? What might need to be tweaked?


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