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How to Read Church History Volume 2 From the Reformation to the Present

ISBN-10: 0824509080

ISBN-13: 9780824509088

Edition: N/A

Authors: Jean Comby, Diarmaid McCulloch

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Like the first volume, this fascinating history sets the development of Christianity from the sixteenth century to the present in the wider history of the world.
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company, The
Publication date: 10/1/1989
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 8.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Introductory Note
For Further Reading
Renaissance and Reformation
Europe at the Time of the Renaissance
The Reformers
Religious Confessions in Europe
The Catholic Renewal
Catholic Reform in the Sixteenth Century
The Religious Flowering of the Seventeenth Century
Internal Conflicts and Crises
The British and North American Experience
Reformations of the Sixteenth Century
The Seventeenth Century: Toleration out of Conflict
The Evangelization of the World
The Great Missionary Enterprises of Modern Times
Across the Continents
Missions from the European Perspective and the Crisis of the Eighteenth Century
New Worlds: Britain and North America
The Industrial Revolution
English Churches in the Eighteenth Century
Catholicism in Ireland
The Evangelical Revival
The 'Awakenings' in America
The Church in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolution
Changes in the Eighteenth Century
The Revivals in Protestantism and in the Eastern Churches
The Shock of the Revolution
Restoration and Liberalism
Restoration
God and Freedom
The First Vatican Council
The British Experience
The Fortunes of Church Establishments
English Churches beyond the Establishment
A New Outlook to Face
Secularization, the Defence of Religion and Pluralism
Across Europe up to 1914
French Catholics and the Third Republic
From the First World War to the 1930s
A Worldwide Christianity
The Beginning of the Missionary Revival in the Nineteenth Century
Across the Continents
Missions after the First World War
The Weight of Modernity
Christians in Industrial Society
The Difficult Confrontation between Catholic Tradition and Modern Science
The Hesitant Beginnings of Ecumenism
From the Second World War to the Council
Christians in the Second World War
The Religious Repercussions of Political Events in the Post-War Period
Pastoral and Theological Dynamism
The Church of Vatican II
Vatican II
The More or Less Unforeseen Results of the Council
Disillusionment and Hope
Chronological Tables