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On the night of his betrayal Christ prayed for the unity of all his disciples, even to those who would afterward believe on him through their word (John 17).

The Apostle Paul became aware of a sectarian attitude in the church at Corinth when it was reported to him that some were claiming allegiance to him (Paul), some to Apollos, some to Peter, and others to Christ (I Cor. 1:10-13). His questions to them were, "Is Christ divided?" and, "Was Paul crucified for you?" He admonished and besought them that they all speak the same thing and that they be perfectly joined together in the same mind and in the same judgment (verse 10).

Look around you and see the many different humanly-ordained sectarian institutions, all claiming Christianity and yet all speaking different and contradictory doctrines. Isn't it quite obvious that many today, like those Corinthians, have forgotten who was crucified for them?

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