Theology between Yesterday and Tomorrow

Theology between Yesterday and Tomorrow

Theology between Yesterday and Tomorrow

Theology between Yesterday and Tomorrow

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I wish to express my deep gratitude to the principal and faculty of Knox College in Toronto for the honor and privilege of delivering the Laidlaw Lectures of 1956. The days I spent at Toronto were days of rich personal experience. My lectures are nothing more than a contribution to the present ecumenical and theological discussion. We have to think very hard and pray very ardently in order to cope with the problems so terrifically challenging our generation. It is my sincere desire to do what is in my power to overcome all the prejudices and barriers between Christians of the present generation and to strengthen our fellowship of faith and hope.

Vexilla regis prodeunt,
Fulget crucis mysterium,
Quo carne carnis Conditor
Suspensus est patibulo.

J. L. HROMÁDKA

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