Pride and Prejudice

Martin, Malachi B.
November 1976
National Review;11/26/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 45, p1291
The article discusses the great flaws that bedevil U.S. Protestants and Catholics as of 1976. It explores various manifestations of Protestants' prejudice and Catholics' pride. It covers several issues where the differences between Protestants and Catholics reside. It argues that the decision of Catholics and Protestants to still prefer the means men use to build empires and control the minds of other man, their leaders remain unaware whether they are wielding spiritual authority or purely moral power.


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