Dr. Barber, can you please share your thoughts on this?Thanks
Communion has to be real, not just sentimental, but the Pope seems to me to be reaching out, while at the same time not making a list of demands and not conceding Catholic doctrine. Some of the comments by Copeland about sorting out all this "doctrine stuff" in heaven shows that true unity is still going to be difficult -- doctrine does matter after all -- but I think the pope is giving a dose of hope for unity that I personally haven't witnessed before. He is like the father in the story of the prodigal son who continues to go out day after day waiting for his wayward son to return.
Is there a translation available of Pastor Copeland's "speaking in the spirit" of what sounds like Italian?
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