Religion: Strategy for Protestants

U.S. Protestantism is in grave danger, according to one of its outstanding leaders, Dr. John A. Mackay (rhymes with decry). Dr. Mackay is president of Princeton Theological Seminary, president of the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A., chairman of the International Missionary Council and a member of the Central Committee of the World Council of Churches. In the current issue of Presbyterian Life, silver-thatched, 61-year-old Dr. Mackay pictures Protestantism as ringed by three dangerous enemies. The first is religious syncretism, which "denies that Jesus Christ is the truth" but "makes Him...

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