All knowledge is rooted in some narrative or myth and legitimacy is found in the universal that we are all participants. The incommensurability of language games and the plurality of competing myths means that there is no consensus, no sensus communis. A question here: should the church be trying to establish a common myth for an entire nation—a Constantinian strategy—or should the church simply be a witness amid this plurality of competing myths? 

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