One of my emerging projects is getting my head (and arms) around what might honestly be called “generic Protestant worship.”
This is an off-shoot of the intellectual thread that has occupied me lately, and finds its roots within Universalism at least as far back as the last third of the nineteenth century. How can we be a part of the “one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church”? How can we be deep and broad, while respecting the gifts this tradition has to be, and without becoming (or remaining) sectarian?
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