Table of Contents: I General Observations II Martin Luther III Is All Opposition to Catholicism "Anti-Catholicism"? IV Protestantism is Christian & Catholicism is Not? V The Gospel & Faith and Works VI "Debates" & "Dialogues" with Anti-Catholics VII Does the Term "Anti-Catholic" Involve a Double Standard? VIII Towards a Psychology of Anti-Catholicism IX Anti-Sacramentalism X Heterodox Catholics & Liberal Protestants XI Nominal, Ignorant, and Sinful Catholics XII Practical Problems Due to the Modernist Crisis Appendix 1: Martin Luther's Anti-Catholic Statements Appendix 2: G.K. Chesterton on Anti-Catholicism Appendix 3: John Henry Cardinal Newman on Anti-Catholicism Appendix 4: Use of the Term "Anti-Catholicism" in Non-Catholic Scholarly Circles Appendix 5: John Henry Cardinal Newman on Theological Liberalism Appendix 6: Catholic Encyclopedia (1913): Modernism
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|Date published: || 2013|
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