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Can Catholics and Protestants Work Together?


Where Catholics and Protestants Agree

There are certainly areas in which Catholics and Protestants don't agree. But where do they find common ground? In this clip - an excerpt from a full talk at Q Nashville in 2014 - the theologians Timothy George (a Protestant) and Matthew Levering (a Catholic) discuss areas in which we can

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Evangelical Catholicism

The emergence of Evangelical Catholicism is a Spirit-led development reflecting the cultural contingencies of history, like other such evolutions over the past two millennia: the evolution from the primitive Church to the Church of the Fathers; the evolution from patristic Catholicism to medieval Catholicism; the development of Counter-Reformation Catholicism (the

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Pope of the Evangelicals

As Pope Francis is helping Catholics to find their footing in twenty-first century America, evangelicals increasingly feel that they are losing theirs. The defining religious trend of the last decade has been the “rise of the nones,” those with no religious affiliation at all. An overwhelming majority of evangelicals (71%) feel

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Not All Evangelicals and Catholics Together

An InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter can look very different in the fall than it did the previous spring. But the chapter at George Washington University (GWU) in the nation’s capital is dealing with change of a more uncomfortable kind than absent graduates and incoming freshmen. Shortly before students left

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The Miracle of Unity

“We are brothers; let us give each other that spiritual embrace and allow the Lord to complete the work he has begun. Because this is a miracle: the miracle of unity has begun.” Image sourced from Flickr and used under a Creative Commons license.

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