Re:Chicago Tribune Article

Marcello wrote:

I’m a Christian and don’t need you to teach me my own history. The “locus of authority” that you speak of was responsible for the stagnation and corruption of the Christian faith — just like the UHJ. Christianity survives today precisely because the Christian community rejected that authority.

Apparently I do. This locus of authority (Apostolic Succession) was largely responsible for the survival of Christianity which to this day is rejected only by a minority of Christians. That rejection, which took place after the sixteenth century, has been responsible for the fragmentation of the church, not its survival. Susan

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