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The modern church : from the dawn of the Reformation to the eve of the third millennium

Author: Glenn T Miller
Publisher: Nashville, TN : Abingdon Press, ©1997.
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"The Modern Church: From the Dawn of the Reformation to the Eve of the Third Millennium answers a wide variety of questions related to the history of Christianity in the modern period. Comprehensive in scope and ecumenical in outlook, it introduces the reader to the broad sweep of events that have shaped the Christian church from the year 1500 C.E. onward. Engagingly written with introductory-level students in mind,  Read more...
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn T Miller
ISBN: 0687006058 9780687006052
OCLC Number: 36461719
Description: 304 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. Renewal and Reformation --
2. The Swiss Reformations --
3. England's Reformation --
4. Catholicism Spans the Globe --
5. British North America: The Age of Experiment --
6. Inner Faith: Pietists, Puritans, and Precisionists --
7. The Enlightenment --
8. The New Wine of Evangelical Faith --
9. A Great and General Awakening --
10. Religion and the American Revolution --
11. The Age of Evangelism --
12. Black People in a White World --
13. Missions to the Nonwestern World --
14. Modern European Orthodoxy --
15. Immigrant Churches in the United States --
16. The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars --
17. Europe Awakened --
18. The Revolution in Biblical Studies --
19. New Theological Beginnings --
20. Industrial Life and European Faith --
21. Post-Civil War America --
22. Roman Reaction --
23. The First World War and the End of the Christian Era --
24. The Theological Renaissance --
25. The Church and the Dictatorships --
26. Evasive Unities --
27. Toward Our Present.
Responsibility: Glenn T. Miller.

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"The Modern Church: From the Dawn of the Reformation to the Eve of the Third Millennium answers a wide variety of questions related to the history of Christianity in the modern period. Comprehensive in scope and ecumenical in outlook, it introduces the reader to the broad sweep of events that have shaped the Christian church from the year 1500 C.E. onward. Engagingly written with introductory-level students in mind, The Modern Church brings the history of theological and spiritual developments, social and cultural phenomena, noteworthy leaders and ordinary Christians, long-standing institutions and spontaneous mass movements together into a single, fascinating narrative."--BOOK JACKET.

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