The Difficulty & Promise of Catholic-Evangelical Rapprochement: An Address to an Evangelical Congregation
by S. M. Hutchens
The increasing friendliness of Evangelicals and Roman Catholics is often in the news these days, especially since the publication of “Evangelicals and Catholics Together.” This statement was advanced by a group of Catholic and Evangelical leaders repenting of mutual mistrust and traditional enmity, and looking forward to working together more closely.
I am convinced that Catholics and Evangelicals need to know each other better, but I am just as convinced that any real progress we make, barring extraordinary . . .
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