The Barren Harvest of Denominationalism – Sr. Rosalind Moss
In this talk from The Coming Home Network’s 2008 Deep in History conference, Sr. Rosalind Moss talks about the rise of Christian denominationalism in the United States in the 19th and 20th century, and its effects. Sr. Rosalind, who was raised Jewish and converted to Evangelical Christianity before becoming Catholic, discusses the positive effects of the Protestant emphasis on Scripture and personal belief, but shares how without a common unifying authority, those two impulses have led to a continual fracturing of denominations.
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