God wants to save us in a people. He does not want to save us in isolation. And so today's church more than ever is accentuating the idea of being a people.
The church therefore experiences conflicts, because it does not want a mass; it wants a people. A mass is a heap of persons, the drowsier the better, the more compliant the better.
The church rejects communism's slander that it is the opium of the people. It has no intention of being the people's opium. Those that create drowsy masses are others.