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George Lindbeck, one of the most influential Protestant theologians Died Jan 8 at age 94

George Lindbeck, a founder of postliberal theology, dies at age 94

He is best known for his 1984 book The Nature of Doctrine and his engagement in the ecumenical movement.

And said, “All Christians, whether Catholics, Protestants and Orthodox or African, American and Chinese, belong to a single community of morally imperative responsibility for one another like the members of the early church or contemporary Jews.” [Article in Christian Century].




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