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How to Read Church History Volume 2 : From the Reformation to the Present Day - Jean Comby

How to Read Church History Volume 2

From the Reformation to the Present Day

Paperback Published: 1st October 1989
ISBN: 9780824509088
Number Of Pages: 246

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Specifically geared to the adult learner; adaptable to individual, parish, and other group needs; and richly illustrated with photos and charts, this two volume set helps teachers and students connect the content of each text with their own life experiences and the community in which they live.

Introductory Notep. vii
For Further Readingp. ix
Renaissance and Reformationp. 1
Europe at the Time of the Renaissancep. 2
The Reformersp. 8
Religious Confessions in Europep. 19
The Catholic Renewalp. 23
Catholic Reform in the Sixteenth Centuryp. 24
The Religious Flowering of the Seventeenth Centuryp. 34
Internal Conflicts and Crisesp. 38
The British and North American Experiencep. 46
Reformations of the Sixteenth Centuryp. 46
The Seventeenth Century: Toleration out of Conflictp. 54
The Evangelization of the Worldp. 64
The Great Missionary Enterprises of Modern Timesp. 65
Across the Continentsp. 70
Missions from the European Perspective and the Crisis of the Eighteenth Centuryp. 84
New Worlds: Britain and North Americap. 87
The Industrial Revolutionp. 87
English Churches in the Eighteenth Centuryp. 88
Catholicism in Irelandp. 92
The Evangelical Revivalp. 94
The 'Awakenings' in Americap. 98
The Church in the Age of Enlightenment and Revolutionp. 101
Changes in the Eighteenth Centuryp. 102
The Revivals in Protestantism and in the Eastern Churchesp. 106
The Shock of the Revolutionp. 111
Restoration and Liberalismp. 122
Restorationp. 123
God and Freedomp. 128
The First Vatican Councilp. 134
The British Experiencep. 138
The Fortunes of Church Establishmentsp. 139
English Churches beyond the Establishmentp. 148
A New Outlook to Facep. 152
Secularization, the Defence of Religion and Pluralismp. 156
Across Europe up to 1914p. 157
French Catholics and the Third Republicp. 159
From the First World War to the 1930sp. 162
A Worldwide Christianityp. 169
The Beginning of the Missionary Revival in the Nineteenth Centuryp. 170
Across the Continentsp. 174
Missions after the First World Warp. 185
The Weight of Modernityp. 189
Christians in Industrial Societyp. 190
The Difficult Confrontation between Catholic Tradition and Modern Sciencep. 195
The Hesitant Beginnings of Ecumenismp. 202
From the Second World War to the Councilp. 210
Christians in the Second World Warp. 211
The Religious Repercussions of Political Events in the Post-War Periodp. 215
Pastoral and Theological Dynamismp. 220
The Church of Vatican IIp. 224
Vatican IIp. 225
The More or Less Unforeseen Results of the Councilp. 233
Disillusionment and Hopep. 236
Chronological Tablesp. 242
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ISBN: 9780824509088
ISBN-10: 0824509080
Series: How to Read Church History : Book 2
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 246
Published: 1st October 1989
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.34 x 19.68  x 1.68
Weight (kg): 0.47

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