2 comments on “We Couldn’t Exhaust Our Common Jesus

  1. thats cool. my gran was a catholic, she was actually an anglican before she married my grandad, and they had to elope to marry because of the difference in “faith” – and she converted to catholicism about 3-5 years after they married and i know her faith was real. it taught me lots as i became a christian in a methodist church and now go to a nondenominational independant “contempory” (for lack of a better word) kind of charismatic pentecostal church (aka a bunch of us that love jesus and are modern in our worshp and expression and are mostly young, or at least young hearted…) – it taught me as i talked to people who were very anticatholic and believed all catholics were works orientated, as you have talked about. my gran had a real faith. so for me that opened my eyes and kept my brain open too!

    i really enjoyed your post! well written (yay you’re writing a book) and really engaging! sounds like you had some neat conversations and encounters there!

    blessings, fireball

  2. Thanks Jim for the post. In my recent journey I’ve discovering the potential for unity with Christ followers from many traditions. I’ve had some similar conversations online with but few face to face. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall… or better yet I wish I could have secretly video taped the conversation and shared it with the whole evangelical world… but I guess you’re blog post will have to do. 🙂

    I pray more people will discover that unity is possible when we discover our shared love for the same Jesus. It’s not what we think, but whom we love!

    God bless!

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