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Catholic evangelical activist Fournier candidly recounts his own spiritual journey leading him to service as dean and general counsel at Franciscan University (Ohio) and to close relationships with prominent members of the Christian Right. Approaching contemporary secularism in a positive way, he weaves historical and scriptural perspective in a well-reasoned call to unity among people of faith in the face of a culture of self-centeredness and death. He urges building Catholic-Evangelical alliances based on the Gospel message and discusses the unprecedented 1994 60-point document "Evangelicals and Catholics Together" (included in this work). Here is no easily caricatured ultraconservatism but serious, often scholarly reflections on the movements of the Spirit in our times, a refutation of both doomsayers and bigots, and a summoning to celebrating strengths in diversity. Recommended for ecumenical collections.
Anna M. Donnelly, St. John's Univ. Lib., New York
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