Is it possible that both Jesus and the gospel writers were using literary devices to weave a variety of meanings into the fabric of Jesus’ life and the stories he told? On the surface, the stories appear to mean one thing, but beneath the surface surprises lurk.
In this book the author employs Scripture to demonstrate that both Jesus and Paul would favor unity over division, and that the Holy Eucharist is the ultimate act of Christian unity. This book shows that, in the end, unity facilitated by love in Christ should be our goal, not righteousness. Division may be our destiny, but it is not God's will.