Christianity at the Cross-Roads (Classic Reprint).
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Publisher: Forgotten Books (10 Nov. 2016)
By: George Tyrrell (Author)
Catholic Church: next with the relation Of the religion of Christ to religion in general. He finds that the Catholic Church has, on the whole, preserved the message Of Christ more faithfully than any other: and he believes that in Chris tianity is to be found the germ Of that future universal religion for which we all look. The Church has fulfilled her end, because she has kept for us the Christ Of the Gospels: not a modernised Christ, made up to meet the latest requirements, but the Christ who spoke in the categories Of His place and time, while His message was for men Of all places and all times. And in that message is the seed Of future religion - a religion whose need is more and more pressingly apparent a religion for which all humanity is crying, weary Of petty divisions and disputes, yearning for a truth that shall be the possession Of all. But it is not an entirely new religion that can fulfil this de mand the future must grow from the present as the present has grown from the past.
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