THE CHURCH: Catholic and Protestant by William Adams Brown

THE CHURCH: Catholic and Protestant

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A book that clarifies certain much discussed problems of today -- relating primarily to the question of a ground for unity and sympathetic understanding between the camps of Christianity. He analyzes the basic principles of both Catholic and Protestant thought, influence, importance; he studies the place of The Church in modern life, its failure and its success; he shows reasons for growing understanding, and hopes for eventual federation of churches, where absolute unity seems impossible. A book for thoughtful readers, interested in social and ethical problems.

Pub Date: April 19th, 1935
Publisher: Scribner