1. The author describes denominations as _____________________ among Christians.
2. To define these, the author uses the terms _______________________ , ____________________ , and ____________________ .
3. To illustrate his point, the author quotes the __________ chapter from the book of _______________ .
4. The 21st verse of the quoted chapter reads: "That they all may be __________ ; as thou, Father, art in me, and I in thee, that they also may be __________ in us: that the world may believe that thou has sent me."
5. The author states that from God's viewpoint we, as Christians, are not _______________ one another, though we have been commanded to do so.
6. The author describes doctrines as building up a ______________ around their interpretation of God, and of placing God in a __________ .
7 The author tells us that the only way to get past doctrinal differences is to get to know __________ , as a _______________ , and _______________ and _______________ .
8. The nature of _______________ is told all through the _______________ .
9. The parables tell us how things work, and if we do them the correct way, then the natural outcome is _______________ .
10. We should plant good _______________ to get a good _______________ .
11. John 13:35 reads: By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have _______________ one to another.
12. Each one of us is the _______________ of _______________ .