Lie #2: Unity is More Important than Theology

In a world where religions can violently clash with one another, and where a hunger for justice and harmony is strong, seeking unity over doctrinal differences is appealing and even welcome. And yet, just as a house without a strong foundation will fracture or perhaps even fall, so too will followers of Christ who lack a solid theological underpinning. The idea that unity is more important than theology can be alluring, but the reality is it is naïve, divisive, and, frankly, dangerous, leaving people like “waterless clouds, swept along by winds” (Jude 12).