Modern Christianity to 1900 (#06 in A People's History Of Christianity Series)
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About "Modern Christianity to 1900 (#06 in A People's History Of Christianity Series)"
After the Reformation, Christians found themselves living amidst wars of religion, Enlightenment, and colonization. This volume explores the spread of Christianity to lands outside Europe and the Middle East, the new pluralism within Christianity, and the incredible transformation of the Americas and of Christianity in the Americas, including the advent of Evangelical, African American, and Asian Christianities. Includes 50 illustrations, maps, bibliographies, and an 8-page color gallery. In this volume, the way in which lived Christianity and its practices were altered by these global changes is probed by an illustrious group of scholars led by distinguished historian Amanda Porterfield. The contributors include: Amanda Porterfield, Florida State University; John Corrigan, Florida State University; Carlos Eire, Yale University; Peter Gardella, Manhattanville College; Ava Chamberlain, Wright State University; Douglas Winiarski, University of Richmond; Charles H. Lippy, University of Tennessee; Cheryl Kirk-Duggan, Graduate Theological Union; Marilyn Westercamp, Merrill College; Leo Cavalcanti, University of Richmond; Vera Shevzov, Smith College; Ronald L. Numbers, University of Wisconsin
Meet the Author
Amanda Porterfield (Ed)
--> --> --> -->Amanda Porterfield--> is the Robert A. Spivey Professor of Religion and professor of history at Florida State University.