THE DIVISION OF CHRISTENDON by Christopher

THE DIVISION OF CHRISTENDON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

uished historian and author here attacks the problem of the deep between Catholics and Protestants in the framework of cultural rather than the purely theological. Statesmen and theological alone, he argues, wrought many changes in the structure of Reformation. Even so, Professor Dawson does not overlook the developments of Catholic and Protestant doctrine in to of the divisions in beliefs but essentially he and cultural of the work which explores the no-man's land between historians. That it will enlarge the is unquestionable if read by those who should be of the cultural obstacles to Christian unity may from being realized.

Pub Date: March 24th, 1965
Publisher: Sheed & Ward