There is a big difference between unity and unison. The dictionary defines unison as simultaneous performance of an action or utterance of speech. It means that everyone is in perfect agreement on what the next note should be, and when to sing it. We need to ask if this what the writers of New Testament have in mind when they talk about unity. I seriously doubt it. Christians in fact perform different actions, utter different speech, enjoy different liberties, where different clothes, have different hair, like different music, belong to different denominations, and so on. By divine design they fuse together to bring dynamic vibrancy to the Body of Christ. We are a unified organism of individual and complementary parts. The infinite creativity of God is put on display in the various species of Christians you run into every day if your circles go wide enough. The simple fact that God has plucked from destruction the elect of every nation, tribe, people and language (Revelation 7:9) demands a speckled congregation. There is glory in assortment. Therefore, we don’t resist conformity to the world in favor of conformity to the opinion of others. Instead unity embraces the complex results of a global gospel.