I bring up the “iota of difference” to show there is a human decision being made here that lay outside of the rules; “Is this a distinction that makes a difference?” – and it can end up being a very emotional argument such that, for example, in the case of Christology, resulted in groups of people having nothing to do with one another for 1500 years until, like maybe a few decades ago.

I bring up the “iota of difference” to show there is a human decision being made here that lay outside of the rules; “Is this a distinction that makes a difference?” – and it can end up being a very emotional argument such that, for example, in the case of Christology, resulted in groups of people having nothing to do with one another for 1500 years until, like maybe a few decades ago.

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