Sunday, November 17, 2019

Which is better: To be divided by truth or to be united in error?

This post is about the United Methodist Church... and so much more.

I think a lot of people in the west, particularly in America, tend to think that the west is the center of God's doings—and that all nations should come and drink deeply from American ministry leadership.

However, here's a case of the east, particularly Africans, cogently leading the west.  But, to be completely honest, I'm not all that sure that we in the west have the ears to hear or the courage to follow what our African brothers and sisters are modeling for us. This is very unfortunate because there is so much to be learned from them.

Here's another short take on this: This six minutes is worth the listen (or you can read it here).

"It is better to be divided by truth than to be united in error."
—Rudolf Merab, Delegate from Liberia

So I ask you—which is better: To be divided by truth or to be united in error?

Here's another audio that is worth a listen.

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