by A. E. Knoch

We wish to state distinctly that we do not believe in three bodies, or three faiths.

There is only one God, one Lord, one spirit, for all saints today.

There cannot be two, no matter how immature some of us are, or how little we know.

In the same sense there is only one faith, one expectation, and one body.

We earnestly desire to repudiate the teaching that there is one body for the initiates into the mystery, another for those who know less, and another for the mass of believers.

The spirit has made us one body.

Those who really understand the mystery will keep this unity.

The division into three classes is the exact opposite of the truth of the mystery -- that it is a joint body.

Adolph E Knoch

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