Catholics and Evangelicals: Do They Share a Common Future?

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Paulist Press, 2000 - Religion - 178 pages
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There's still much suspicion between Catholics and Evangelicals, the two largest groups of Christians. Stereotyping casts one sect as a slave to Rome, the other a slave to scripture. Who is really Christian and who is not? Who has true faith? Issues like these divide friends, co-workers, even family members when individuals convert from or to Catholicism or from or to an Evangelical church.

There's been little dialogue between the two. Even that has been between only the most conservative members of each group as they unite against the mutual enemy of liberalism. This book is a step forward, dialogue between centrist Catholics and centrist Evangelicals.

 

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Contents

Evangelicals and Catholics Together
13
Signs of Progress
37
Salvation in Early Christian Thought
56
Evangelicals Salvation and Church History
77
Church Ministry and Sacraments
101
When Obedience Leads Us into the Unknown
149
Afterword
171
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