Three Views of One Great Tradition
Reclaiming the Great Tradition: Evangelicals, Catholics, and Orthodox in
edited by James S. Cutsinger
InterVarsity Press, 1997
(214 pages; $18.99, paper)
reviewed by John Thompson
In May 1995 the “Not of This World” Conference was jointly sponsored by Rose Hill College and Touchstone magazine in Aiken, South Carolina. Three Touchstone Associate Editors—Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, James Hitchcock, and S. M. Hutchens—presented papers or responses at this “Ecumenical Conference of Traditional Christians,” and a number of Touchstone’s other editors were present for the gathering, which attracted some 200 attendees.
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John Thompson is a librarian and professor at Waynesburg University, Waynesburg, Pennsylvania
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