Let’s take a look this week at a movement that emerged strongly at the end of the 19th century in continental Europe, Britain and the Americas to "soup up" a Christianity that had lost faith in the miraculous work of a transcendant God -- a little like fancy exhaust pipes on an antique car. In theology we use the term “liberalism” as the label, but this means something quite different from what it denotes today in economic theory and politics.
I’ve discovered in many conversations over years with Luxembourgers young and old that Protestantism is a vague concept indeed. We thought a bit last time about the roots of Romanism. Let me sketch the concept of Protestantism.
Are you interested in the religions of the world? Thanks to the internet and the mixing of religious traditions across our continent, we’re probably more aware of the vast variety of views on religion and spirituality than our parents were.