Why God Might Not Be Concerned About Our Doctrinal Differences

Jim has certainly raised some interesting questions here.

Not For Itching Ears

blog-oh-my-god“Maybe it doesn’t matter to Him?”

I asked, as my friend looked on in utter disbelief for what had just been said. We had been discussing the state of the church in its four major divisions: Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican and Protestant. (For the sake of brevity, I have lumped all us Protestants into one category. I don’t have time to list us all!)

“Of course THE Church matters to God”, he replied, “He died to give it birth!

I can’t argue with that!

What perplexes me though, is that there are so many different types of churches. Clearly a lack of unity within THE church has eluded us. Catholics believe in purgatory, the other three divisions of the church, don’t. That is a pretty significant difference. We can’t all agree on how many books are actually in God’s Holy Word! That also seems significant. Some of the churches teach that how…

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2 thoughts on “Why God Might Not Be Concerned About Our Doctrinal Differences

  1. Hey Sue, here my one cent worth. When believers get to Heaven we will all find out that we are incorrect in some of our views. My eschatology may be different than yours. My views on church leadership, baptism, what the Lord’s Supper really means may be way off from yours. But you said it “you aren’t speaking about the Gospel”. The true Gospel believed in by grace through faith is the most important and essential thing that MUST be believed. If so, we are sisters and brothers in Christ and I can have true Christian fellowship with them. Enough said. Great post. You should provoke some discussion here. Have a great day “girl”. 🙂

  2. I agree. I have to accept Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior! He is the ONLY way to eternity with Him. Thanks for your input. I was wondering if you’d see it and comment. 🙂

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