Chuck Colson Continues Work in Bringing Evangelicals and Catholics Together

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LTRP Note: The following Christianity Today article is an interview with Prison Fellowship Chuck Colson, a CT columnist as well as one of the authors of the ecumenical “Evangelicals and Catholics Together” document that was drafted several years ago. In this interview, Colson explains his efforts in continuing to bridge the divide between evangelicals and Catholics, efforts which will include a new upcoming document on Mary. After reading the CT interview, please refer to the links below, which provide vital insights on the merging of evangelicalism with Catholicism.

“The Post-Neuhaus Future of Evangelicals and Catholics Together”
Charles Colson says the convert to Catholicism helped break down the most important barrier.

Interview by Susan Wunderink
Christianity Today

When Richard John Neuhaus died January 8, Prison Fellowship’s Charles Colson didn’t just lose a friend of 25 years. He also lost his partner in convening Evangelicals and Catholics Together. Since its first publication in 1994, “The Christian Mission in the Third Millennium,” the group has issued other consensus statements on salvation, the relationship between Scripture and tradition, the communion of saints, and other issues. It is next set to issue a document on Mary, the Mother of Jesus. But can the movement continue without its chief Roman Catholic architect? Christianity Today international editor Susan Wunderink asked Colson, a Christianity Today columnist, what lies ahead. Click here to read this entire article.

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Also read:

Another Jesus by Roger Oakland

Catholic Concerns (a free online book by former Catholic nun, Mary Ann Collins