I've always found Philip Yancey's writing interesting.
Of course, the concept can apply to political entities as well as religious ones. I have wondered over the years whether the general level of civic cohesion in this country may be partly related to the same phenomenon. My perception is that many communities, and the country itself, are somewhat less cohesive than in times past. Of course I cannot claim I'm old enough to be sure whether I'm right. Can you imagine any possibility that we could create and sustain the large degree of public unity of purpose that was (apparently) evident during WW II?
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