Many Christians think that the ultimate goal of the ecumenical movement—full unity of all the followers of Christ in the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church that Jesus founded—is wishful thinking, a dream . . . impossible.
Many Christians see this as so futile that they will not even attempt to be ecumenical, to promote Christian unity, even in their own attitudes...
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