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Looking at the church as the living body of the Christ it is clear that the church like any living social behaviour is affected by its surroundings the socio-cultural environment of the time and the political tensions of the same era The beginning of the church was the foundational factor of its continuityit was characterised by its unity fellowship share the meals and prayers Later on the church tried to keep this basis at work it succeeded in certain times and it was hindered in other times Through many tensions around paganism polytheism and different religious beliefs in the beginningto the protestant movement in the sixteen century to our days individualism and atheism the church still at work and still alive by the facts that it is involved in all aspects of the new era debating advising and calling for communication on various issues like homosexuality euthanasia dialogue with different church denominations church of England for example etcIn order to be authentic the church has to be witness to the lords truth should not be a political tool for any authoritative civilsystem or otherwiseand should recognise the goodness in people hearts and works Facing problems in unity we should prayas Catholics we should share our experience and the Lord way with others be involved in life and trying to better understand the lord word then The world humanity should be listening again and again to the church testimonies to Jesus Christ life resurrection and salvation plan As the lord says people dont light a lamp and cover it with a bowl or put it under a bed Instead it is put on the lampstand so that the people can see the light as they come in Luke816if the church has the gift definitely it has then it should be shown
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