Religion: The New Protestantism

On certain thin-aired uplands where theologians graze, it is growing increasingly difficult to tell a Protestant from a Roman Catholic. To a degree that would have been unthinkable 50 years ago, they read each other's works and build upon each other's researches—though each retains his own faith. In Europe much personal discussion goes on between Roman Catholic and Protestant scholars; Calvinist Theologian Oscar Cullman is welcome at the Vatican, and some of the best studies of Karl Earth have been written by Catholic scholars. In the U.S. there is a growing movement, sparked...

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