Catholics And Protestants

Author: Peter Kreeft, Ph.D.
Publisher: Ignatius Press
ISBN: 1621641015
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He says this book is inspired by Christ's high priestly prayer in the Gospel of John "that they may be one," and by St. John Paul II's ecumenical encyclical, Ut Unum Sint, which is also based on Christ's prayer for unity.

Zen And The Birds Of Appetite

Author: Thomas Merton
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 0811219720
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There is an essential difference, say these progressive Catholics, between the
dialogue of Catholics with other Christians and the dialogue of Catholics with
Hindus or Buddhists. While it is assumed that Catholics and Protestants can learn
from each other, and that they can progress together toward a new Christian self-
understanding, many progressive Catholics would not concede this to dialogue
with non-Christians. Once again, the assumption is that since Hinduism and
Buddhism ...

As Pilgrims Progress Learning How Christians Can Walk Hand In Hand When They Don T See Eye To Eye

Author: Stephen John March
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1326004921
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Chapter 2 - Encountering Others on the Way David E. Bjork “...the way is the way,
and there's an end”2 My mother grew up in a small town in northern Minnesota
where Catholics and Protestants had very little to do with each other. They would
walk on opposite sides of the street, shop in different stores, go to different
schools, vote for different political candidates, and avoid each other at community
events. The relationships between the members of those two Christian traditions
in that ...

Routledge Handbook Of Peacebuilding

Author: Roger Mac Ginty
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113508212X
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Against a backdrop of continuing violence, much of it nakedly sectarian, the
British government developed an 'education for mutual understanding' initiative
whereby Catholic and Protestant school kids would at least learn about 'the other
side', their religion and culture. The scheme made perfect sense, on paper. It
rationalised that conflict could be lessened if new generations grew up able to
respect each other and understand why the other side acted in the way it did. The
initiative ...

Tracts 1 38

Author: Catholic Institute (Great Britain)
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... the greatest learning and piety of all persuasions; nor can we otherwise lament
deeply enough, that, though the principles of charity and forbearance are so
strongly inculcated in the Christian doctrines, and so ably enforced by St.
Augustin, and many writers since his time, there should have been so many
Christians, both Catholic and Protestant, who have held that they might,
consistently with the principles of their belief and religion, persecute others for
being of a different opinion; ...

Gargantua And Pantagruel

Author: François Rabelais
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Publishing
ISBN: 9780760763148
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Moderation was a scarce commodity in the bloody and fractious sixteenth century
when Protestants and Catholics seemed bent on destroying each other in ways
modern readers can only too easily understand by looking at the religious and
ethnic disputes ripping apart our present day. Rabelais ... If we are moderate we
can all live together allowing for each other's differences and foibles;
unfortunately it was a lesson lost in the gathering insanity of sixteenth-century
France. Catholics ...

Unlearning Protestantism

Author: Gerald W. Schlabach
Publisher: Brazos Press
ISBN: 9781441212634
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Having sketched out the outline of this book many years before my confirmation
as a Roman Catholic at Pentecost 2004, I initially assumed I would have to
abandon the project. I feared that it would simply be too difficult to persuade
readers that my covert aim would be something other than convincing Protestants
to become Catholics. One quick-and-dirty way to describe the project, after all,
had always been that the book would be about “what Protestants can learn from
Catholics ...