The author of this article engages the contentious issue of lack of unity and the presence of divisions in the church today. This author proceeds to explain how believers today must understand the unity of the church, the divisions that have assaulted it, and the necessity of diversity in it. The author also attacks what he calls extreme denominationalism and extreme unionism.
The danger facing the Reformed faith is that of uniformity, rather than celebrating the diversity God has given to his church. This article makes an appeal to the church to celebrate the diversity in the church.
This article looking at Ephesians 2:11-22 shows how in Christ God has made the church to be a uniting place. In Christ, the church has become the Israel of God, a people of God not limited by race, colour nor place. Racism can truly be abolished by the gospel, ushering in the new nation where unity and diversity can be celebrated.