Evangelizing Liberalism

Handspicker, M. B.
October 1993
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct1993, Issue 36, p34
Presents an article addressing the question of how religious truth can strengthen religious communities. Experience of working with military chaplains; Development of lay liberalism; Lack of conviction to strengthen a religious community.


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