Protestantism, a symposium.

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Author / Creator:Anderson, William K, (William Ketcham), 1888-1947,
Imprint:Nashville, Tenn., Commission on Courses of Study, The Methodist Church, [c1944]
Description:vi, 282 p. 24 cm.
Protestant churches
Protestant churches.
Format: Print Book
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Other authors / contributors:Methodist Church (U.S.). Commission on Courses of Study.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction, by S. M. Cavert
  • Was the Reformation needed? By J. T. McNeill
  • Protestantism and the primitive church, by M. Rist
  • Protestantism before Luther, by E. P. Booth
  • Luther and his tradition, by A. R. Wentz
  • Zwingli and the reformed tradition, by G. W. Richards
  • Calvin and his tradition, by G. Harkness
  • The Anglican tradition, by A. C. Zabriskie
  • The independent tradition, by J. M. Batten
  • Protestantism in American history, by W. W. Sweet
  • Sectarianism run wild, by C. S. Braden
  • Cardinal principles of Protestantism, by A. C. Knudson
  • Protestantism and the Bible, by W. G. Chanter
  • Christian theology, by H. F. Rall
  • Worship and the sacraments, by O. T. Olson
  • Protestantism and music, by C. and H. A. Dickinson
  • The Protestant emphasis on preaching, by H. E. Luccock
  • The mystical spirit, by W. E. Hocking
  • Ethics, by F. J. McConnell
  • The open mind, by R. W. Sockman
  • In the Far East, by K. S. Latourette
  • In Europe, by H. S. Leiper
  • In Latin America, by G. Báez-Camargo
  • In American education, by E. C. Colwell
  • Our responsibility for a new world, by P. B. Kern
  • A growing ecumenicity, by H. P. Van Dusen.