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There are 3 main reasons that try to explain this and these are;
1. Denominational disagreements; due to individual selfishness and own interests, they disagree and this results in individuals coming up with other churches.
2. Denominational differences; another
reason for the existence of so many churches is disparity in
personality, passions, and talents. Consider individuals for a moment.
Some people connect with God best through the exercise of their minds or
while in nature. Others experience spirituality through creative or
artistic expression. Still others feel a sacred or divine connection
when they serve others or help those who are hurting.
3. Denominational unity;
it should be pointed out that a lack of uniformity among Christian
denominations does not necessarily imply a lack of unity. Regardless of
church, denomination, culture, or geographical location, there are a few
central tenets that unite virtually all Christians.
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Aug 14th, 2015
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