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Can everyone come to the same conclusion on what the Bible teaches?  Yes!
















Can we all agree?

 

1 Corinthians 1:10

2 Corinthians 13:11

Philippians 2:1-2

Philippians 4:2

 

In these passages, Christians are commanded by the apostle Paul to be of one mind, like minded, or to agree.  If it were not possible to agree, then why would it be commanded?  However, this does not mean to compromise on issues, or to agree to disagree.  Nowhere is there an example of Christians compromising on an issue.  Instead, the all agree on truth, and reject that which is false.  For references of Christians rejecting to compromise or accept other statutes or gospels:

           

Galatians 1:6-9

2 John 7-10

Revelation 22:18-19

 

Instead, we know that only Gods will is important, not what man says.  And if we wish to please God, then we will care only for what he decrees, not for any compromise made with mans ideas.

 

John 14:6-7, 15

           

So, yes, it is possible to agree.  And at the same time, a stand must be taken for the truth, and compromise with ideas of men must be avoided.