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02/18/2004: ""The Passion"'s biggest legacy may be bringing Christians together"

Here's a quote from this article a Baptist on blogs4God.com, a Evangelically oriented site, wrote:

"I never, ever, EVER want to hear from another Evangelical that Catholics arenít Christians. One need only watch the beginning of the interview to see one Catholicís accurate grasp on essential historical Christian theology Ö and Iím not talking about Ms.Sawyer."

I think the greatest thing that may come from "The Passion" is not the conversions it will cause but the work it will do to help Unify the various Christian groups. I particularly see Protestants seeing Catholics in a new light.



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Paul :

As a protestant, I agree that the film will help Protestants see Catholics in a new light.

Paul

02.18.04 @ 11:27 AM PST

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