There is at present a sad tendency in some groups to take all the robust passages concerning fellowship which have preserved and guided sound Christadelphians for over one hundred years, and surgically isolating and dissecting them, one by one, by contortion to endeavor woolily to rationalize away all their force and meaning: to progressively talk them to death and water them down and down so that no weapons are left for the defense of the Body of Christ from corruption and error. They say, rather smugly, of those who stand aside from error: "By their fruits ye shall know them": Their interpretation of this is: "Look at 'them,' the divided few, and look at 'us,' the undivided many: obviously OUR way must be right." We can see the logic of the Catholic Church using this argument, but it falls strange from the lips of those who profess to recognize to call to "Come out and be separate." Can it not with far truer logic be said from the opposite point of view: "Look at the bitter intra- and inter-continental recriminations, the tolerated errors and confusions, the fearful paralysis of inaction against creeping error, the glaring differences transparently and precariously papered over for the sake of an appearance of 'unity,' the deplored but tolerated assiduous eating away of the sound foundations laid by the pioneers." How can the Truth as so beautifully brought to light by brethren Thomas and Roberts be clearly and robustly presented at lectures if doctrine after doctrine -- Responsibility, Kingdom now, Holy Spirit possession, Nature and Sacrifice of Christ, clear-cut Creation, Rome is Babylon, one thousand year Kingdom, post-millennial revolt, Inspiration (Acts a legend, Genesis a myth) -- are pushed into a hazy, unmentionable twilight zone of "agreeing to disagree" for the sake of a false "peace"?