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To: quadrant
no one can speak for the Protestant church, as no such body exists

Very true, and I don't think the author attempts to do so. In order to compare and contrast, he picks Protestant theologies that he thinks are typical, but I don't think he makes any presumption of uniformity regarding that. His goal is to explain the Catholic theology to those who might be more familiar with one or another Protestant theory.

9 posted on 05/23/2008 11:09:42 AM PDT by annalex (http://www.catecheticsonline.com/CatenaAurea.php)
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In truth, there is certain unanimity among Prostestants - for example, as to the truth of the Creeds - but there is no typical Protestant theology.


15 posted on 05/23/2008 11:55:45 AM PDT by quadrant
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In truth, there is certain unanimity among Prostestants - for example, as to the truth of the Creeds - but there is no typical Protestant theology.


16 posted on 05/23/2008 11:55:45 AM PDT by quadrant
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