History of Christianity, 1650-1950; secularization of the West.

New York, Ronald Press Company [1956] .

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Subjects Church history -- Modern period, 1500-
Church history -- Modern period.
EĢglise -- Histoire.
Description 493 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1956]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Main themes of modern church history -- Eastern Orthodoxy, particularly in Russia -- The Roman church and the Catholic princes -- Lutheranism in state and society -- The Reformed tradition, Anglicanism, and free church Calvinism -- British Puritanism overseas -- Pietism and evangelicalism -- Enlightenment Christianity -- The French Revolution -- Napoleon and the Concordats -- Reformed churches and the states -- Lutheranism : court-church or peoples' church? -- Protestant thought in Germany -- Anglicanism and the English free churches -- The churches of the American immigrants and frontier -- The ultramontane reaction to the revolution -- The international kulturkampf -- "Catholic action" -- Continental Protestantism -- British Christianity -- The American social gospel and theological liberalism -- European Protestant theology -- Roman Catholic theological liberalism -- Protestant missions, 1796-1914 -- Roman Catholic missions, 1814-1914 -- Eastern Orthodoxy in the nineteenth century -- Orthodoxy and the U.S.S.R. -- Roman Catholicism and the totalitarians -- Continental Protestantism and the Nazis -- Great Britain and the Commonwealth -- The institutional consolidation of American evangelicalism -- The younger churches -- The ecumenical movement -- World War II and after.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)382081
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WorldCat Identities Nichols, James Hastings, 1915-1991.
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