Neuhaus, Richard John
May 1996
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1996, Issue 63, p77
Focuses on the challenges being faced by Protestantism in the U.S. Question raised by Peter Berger on whether Protestantism internalize the theology of the Reformation; Significance of launching a radical theological renewal effort that can affect Protestant denominations at the congregational level; Factors that contributed to the popularity of Liberalism.


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