In an unpublished letter to a friend, C.S. Lewis wrote the following:
When all is said (and truly said) about the divisions of Christendom, there remains, by Godâ€™s mercy, an enormous common ground.
Do you think that Christians today tend to focus on the “enormous common ground” or on the “divisions” (or distincitves)? Why do you think the focus is where it is? Do you think it is possible for believers to find unity in the “enormous common ground”? Why or why not? Should followers of Jesus Christ seek unity (true relational unity, not spiritual unity) in spite of differences? Why or why not?