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Division in the Early Church was something that St. Paul speaks of in his first letter to the Corinthians. Those in Corinth were claiming to belong to Cephas or Paul or Apollos or Christ.
And this factionalism likely revolved around who a person was baptized by — Cephas, Paul or Apollos, for example.
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