Last weekend, I received a new book in the mail called Unlearning Protestantism: Sustaining Christan Community in an Unstable Age by Gerald Schlabach. This is the publisher’s blurb:
In this clearly written and insightful book, Gerald Schlabach addresses the “Protestant dilemma” in ecclesiology: how to build lasting Christian community in a world of individualism and transience. Schlabach, a former Mennonite who is now Catholic, seeks not to encourage readers to abandon Protestant churches but to relearn some of the virtues that all Christian communities need to sustain their communal lives. He offers a vision for the right and faithful roles of authority, stability, and loyal dissent in Christian communal life. The book deals with issues that transcend denominations and will appeal to all readers, both Catholic and Protestant, interested in sustaining Christian tradition and community over time.
I don’t know what to expect, but I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing it.