Evangelicals, Catholics and Unity

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Crossway, 1999 - Religion - 48 pages
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With our world in such confusion, people are asking: Isn't it time for Catholics and evangelicals to lay aside their differences and achieve a united front against secularism?

While the core issues that have traditionally separated them are few, they are of eternal importance. So how best to navigate these troubled waters?

In modern times the two sides have tried to do it by signing agreements. Yet these don't respond to the vital issues that keep Catholics and evangelicals apart. Explains Michael Horton, "For those who care about truth, Christian unity must be a marriage made in heaven, not a merger made on earth."

The greatest hope, says Horton, is that both evangelicals and Catholics will enter a new period of reformation and come out of that with genuine agreement in--and understanding of--the Gospel. For this is the heart of the matter, as well as the heart of Christian faith.

 

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About the author (1999)

Michael Horton (PhD, University of Coventry and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford) is J. Gresham Machen Professor of Systematic Theology and Apologetics at Westminster Seminary California. He hosts "The White Horse Inn" radio broadcast and is editor-in-chief of "Modern Reformation" magazine. He is the author/editor of more than twenty books, including "Christless Christianity", "The Gospel-Driven Life", and "The Gospel Commission".

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