The Secret of Unity

I already posted today (at 1:30 a.m.), but I ran across a teaching on my The Rest of the Old, Old Story web site that I thought was worth reminding people of.

It’s called The Secret of Unity for the Early Church, and it gives the foundation for unity in the early church. It’s three things, all of which need to be in place together, and it worked.

It worked for centuries.

If you want to know how the devil overthrew it, I’ve got a web page on the fall of the Church, but I’ve also got an ebooklet with an interesting story written from the devil’s perspective called How to Make a Church Fail.

That one’s for sale, which I do so that other web sites will carry it and help get the word out. If you’re from RCV and want it, please send me an email, and I’ll give you a download link. Of course, it’s only $5, and it goes straight to our Africa fund, so there’s no harm in paying for it, either.


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3 Responses to The Secret of Unity

  1. Shammah says:

    I thought about that when I saw my article, too. I don’t remember when I wrote it.

    So the 4 pillars chapter is still gone from the Heretics book, huh? I was wondering about that. He took it out when he joined the Anglicans in 1993 or so, but he didn’t let anyone know he had changed the book. Now at least he has “3rd edition” on the new version.

    It’s a 3rd edition because he had to change it again when he left the Anglican church.

    For the record, it’s the chapters after 12 that have changed–completely rewritten back in ’93. I don’t know if any parts of the first 12 chapters have changed.

  2. John Bob says:

    This reminds me of the conversation we were having about the David Bercot book. How there used to be a chapter on the 4 pillars of the early Church.

    I’d love to find a copy of that.

  3. Patmos Pete says:

    Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues. For her sins have reached unto heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities.

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