A small c catholic: It's long past time for members of both Catholic and Protestant faiths to learn to appreciate what is beautiful and life-giving in the other tradition.
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A small c catholic: Today's American religious scene is full of people who have raised important faith questions but find that their faith communities won't or can't engage such questions.
A small c catholic: U.S. Presbyterians and Jews, once long-time partners, fell apart. Now, some of us Presbyterians will try to recreate respectful associations with our Jewish neighbors.
A small c catholic: The Protestant Work Ethic can turn us Protestants into mindless centers of activity that is neither redemptive nor productive of anything but more activity.
A small c catholic: If we Americans can manage religious harmony, we can be a model for countries that struggle with the challenges of religious pluralism and diversity.
A small c catholic: Just a few weeks after the annual Indianapolis 500 race, I am standing in the middle of the track at the finish line.
A small c catholic: We must listen to our hearts the way Bonhoeffer did, "not as an advocate of [fill in the blank] over against all other traditions."
A small c catholic: Honesty should compel us to acknowledge the ways in which the church has been atomized, particularly since the Protestant Reformation.
A small c catholic: The so-called "New Perspective on Paul" movement has opened enlightening new ways of understanding how the "Jesus movement" eventually became Christianity.
A small c catholic: Each of us inevitably must think about the causes of evil and suffering.