An argument has shaken the church at Philippi, and news of the disagreement reaches Paul, who writes back, urging the two combatants to AGREE. He doesn't say which one is write, or wrong - he makes no ruling on the source of the conflict, only commands agreement. As we study the New Testament, we find this command to agree repeated multiple times - MUST we be in agreement, and if so, then HOW?!
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