Protestant Reformation

The clear winner of this dubious distinction is Billy Graham, one of the ten most admired people of the 20th century.
Until the late 1940s, the Protestant return to Rome made greatest progress among open liberals. Then came Billy Graham.
The Oxford Movement's anti-Reformation legacy in the Anglican Church & beyond continues after more than a century.
19th century apologizers for the Reformation included Frederick William Faber, author of the hymn 'Faith of Our Fathers'.
This thinking now so dominates the church that many observers say we have entered the post-Protestant era.
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