For almost two millennia, Christians lived in pockets. The gospel would reach a region. There would be miracles, repentance, and joy. The Believers would clique-up and live the rest of this life together.
Conflict arises when these pockets outlive their purpose. Like old wine in old wineskins, new wine just doesn’t mix.
After two millennia, we see a new problem: New or old, there is too much wine to fit into any wineskins. Soon, non-believers, not Believers, will live in pockets—and they will have to take over Sunday Morning because there will be no other pockets left small enough.