Religion: Doubts About Unity

Christian unity might look desirable to the assembled Anglicans (see above), but not to all their brethren.

CJ The International Catholic Congress in Chicago, including Episcopal, Anglican, Eastern Orthodox, Old Catholic and Polish National Catholic communions, heard Chicago's Episcopal Bishop Gerald F. Burrill cast some cold water on the Evanston ecumenists: "Pan-Protestantism is not unity. It is a temporary expedient . . . Unity must be achieved on God's terms and not on ours . . . We hear people say, 'This is the Church's last chance,' 'We must unite or be destroyed by...

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