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The Modern Church

Paperback|Sep 1997
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This introduction to the history of Christianity in the modern period begins with the changing social, cultural, and religious context of Europe around the year 1500, and traces the development of the various branches of the Christian faith down to...


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This introduction to the history of Christianity in the modern period begins with the changing social, cultural, and religious context of Europe around the year 1500, and traces the development of the various branches of the Christian faith down to the present. An important feature of this study is its attention to the expansion of Christianity beyond Europe and North America during the modern period. The scope of the book's approach is broad, ranging from an amination of theological figures and the history of denominations and movements to discussions of the social history of the churches.
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Traces church history from the dawn of the Reformation to the eve of the Third Millennium.
-Publisher

An introduction to the history of the Christian church in the modern period, beginning with the changing social, cultural, and religious context of Europe around the year 1500 and tracing the development of the various branches of the Christian faith through the present. An important feature of this study is the integration of American, European, and--to a lesser extent--African and Asian elements of the church's story during the modern period. The scope of the book's approach is broad, ranging from an examination of theological figures and the history of denominations and movements to discussions of the social history of the churches and women's history.This is a concise but substantive examination of the history of Christianity in the modern period. It integrates newer research into social and cultural history without departing from the traditional presentation of theologians and movement. It maintains a focus that is relevant to American students without being exclusively tied to Europe and North America. This volume can be used as a stand alone text or as a set with the previous two books in the series, The Early Church and The Medieval Church .
-Publisher

PRODUCT DETAIL
  • Catalogue Code 114747
  • Product Code 0687006058
  • EAN 9780687006052
  • Pages 308
  • Department Academic
  • Category History
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Abingdon Press
  • Publication Date Sep 1997
  • Dimensions 228 x 159 x 18mm
  • Weight 0.455kg

Glenn Miller

Glenn T. Miller is academic dean of Bangor Theological Seminary, Bangor, Maine. His other books include The Modern Church and Piety and Learning: A History of Antebellum Theological Education in America.

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