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how has christianity teachings of one text (the Bible), divided into so many denominations?

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    I am not so certain the text did it. Social and cultural conflicts, as well as power greed, probably had much more to do with it than the intrepretations of the text.

    I remember well the divisions in North Ireland, in which Catholics and Protestants were fiercly divided, but the issue mainly was cultural and geopolitical, not religious.

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