3 edition of Christianity and the nineteenth century found in the catalog.
Christianity and the nineteenth century
Little, Charles Joseph
|Statement||by Charles Joseph Little.|
|Series||Fernley lecture -- 30.|
|LC Classifications||BR123 .L5 1900|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
Are you curious about how the mass-produced modern book emerged in the first place? Come behind the scenes in Harvard’s libraries to explore the look, feel and even smell of nineteenth-century British and American books in this fifth module of The Book: Histories Across Time and :// This book is a study of eschatological debates at a time when the idea of eternal punishment was under question, and English Christianity was affected by the contrasting Anglican movements of Evangelicalism and Tractarianism and by the controversy over Darwinism. As the nineteenth century began, of all the articles of accepted Christian orthodoxy that troubled the consciences of Victorian :oso/
This book probes the deep-rooted links between the land, the people and the religious culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands in the nineteenth century. The responses of the clergy to the social crisis which enveloped the region have often been characterised as a mixture of callous indifference, cowering deference or fatalistic :// According to the Bible, Eve was the first to heed Satan’s advice to eat of the forbidden fruit. The notion of woman as the Devil’s accomplice is prominent throughout the history of Christianity and has been used to legitimate the subordination of wives and daughters. During the nineteenth century, rebellious females performed counter-readings of this misogynist ://
Christianity and the leaders of modern science; a contribution to the history of culture in the nineteenth century by Kneller, Karl Alois, ; Kettle, Thomas Michael, The essay tries to understand how conversion to Christianity can transform language and its rhetorical possibilities inwardly. In the case of Jyotirao Phule, who was not a convert but was a critic of caste distinctions in nineteenth-century Western India, this meant that Marathi could now be used to uncover the link between Hindu apologetics and ://
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and the Modern Missionary 1 BARRY SHUCKSMITH Liberalism-Its Origin and Roots We may be tempted to feel that our Century is unique and that we alone are wrestling with the consequences of Liberalism. It is interesting to note, however, that Francis Schaeffer, in his magnificent last book-The Great 20 hours ago By removing Marx from the ideological conflicts of the twentieth century that colored his legacy and placing him within “the society and intellectual currents of the nineteenth century” (Ian Kershaw), Sperber is able to present a full portrait of Marx as neither a soothsaying prophet of the modern world nor the author of its darkest :// The Myth of Ham in Nineteenth-Century American Christianity book.
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Search for more papers by this author. Henry L. Carrigan Jr. Responding to challenges to Christianity from the 18th century, these thinkers provided new directions for Christianity as it attempted to fashion Read this book on Questia. Frontier Constitutions is a pathbreaking study of the cultural transformations arrived at by Spanish colonists, native-born creoles, mestizos (Chinese and Spanish), and indigenous colonial subjects in the Philippines during the crisis of colonial hegemony in the nineteenth century, and the social anomie that resulted from this crisis in law and :// The history of Christianity in America has been marked by recurring periods of religious revivals or awakenings.
In this book, George M. Thomas addresses the economic and political context of evangelical revivalism and its historical linkages with economic expansion and Republicanism in the nineteenth century. Thomas argues that large-scale change results in social movements that articulate COVID Resources.
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It examines black and white Americans' recourse to the biblical character of Ham as a cultural strategy for explaining racial :// Christianity and nationalism in the hundred years or so preceding the conﬂict.
The article is in four main parts: (1) a general discussion of nineteenth-century European nationalisms; (2) a more speciﬁc analysis of the relationship between Christianity and nationalism; (3) the areas of tension between Christianity and nationalism; (4) why. The book aims to help students understand the processes, movements and individuals who have contributed to making the contemporary Christian landscape the shape it is in the 21st century.
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