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Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 9: World Christianities c.1914-c.2000 (Hugh McLeod) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2006) 9781107423749
Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 9: World Christianities c.1914-c.2000 (Hugh McLeod) Paperback Book, (Cambridge University Press, 2006) 9781107423749
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Title: Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume 9: World Christianities c.1914-c.2000

Author: McLeod, Hugh

Additional Authors or Contributors: (ed)

Publisher: Cambridge University Press; Publication Date: 2006

Paperback; ISBN: 9781107423749

Volumes: 1; Pages: 736

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The twentieth century saw changes as dramatic as any in Christian history. The Churches suffered serious losses, both through persecution and through secularisation, in what had been for several centuries their European heartlands, but grew fast in Africa and parts of Asia. This volume provides a comprehensive history of Catholicism, Protestantism and the Independent Churches in all parts of the world in the century when Christianity truly became a global religion. Written by a powerful team of specialists from many different countries, the volume is broad in scope. The first part focuses on institutions and movements which have had a worldwide impact, including the papacy, the ecumenical movement and Pentecostalism. The second provides a narrative of Christian history in each region of the world. The third focuses on selected themes from an international perspective, including changes in worship, relations with Jews and Muslims, science and the arts, gender and sexuality.

Worldwide coverage of the history of Catholic, Protestant and Independent Christianity in the twentieth century

Written by an international team, each an authority in their field, writing in a clear and accessible way

Covers key institutions and major new movements in the century when Christianity truly became a global religion

Contents

1. Introduction Hugh McLeod

2. Being a Christian in the early twentieth century Hugh McLeod

Part I. Institutions and Movements

3. The papacy John Pollard

4. Ecumenism David M. Thompson

5. Christianity, colonialism and missions Kevin Ward

6. The pentacostal and charismatic movements Allan Anderson

7. Independency in Africa and Asia Allan Anderson and Edmund Tang

Part II. Narratives of Change

8. The Great War Michael Snape

9. Church and state in Europe in the age of the dictators Martin Conway

10. Latin America c.1914-c.1950 Christopher Abel

11. African Christianity: from the World Wars to decolonisation Ogbu U. Kalu

12. The African Diaspora in the Caribbean and Europe from pre-emancipation to the present day Roswith Gerloff

13. Christianity in the United States during the inter-war years Colleen McDannell

14. Christian churches in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, 1914-1970 Katharine Massam

15. Catholicism and Protestantism in the Second World War in Europe Andrew Chandler

16. The Cold War, the hegemony of the United States and the golden age of Christian democracy Dianne Kirby

17. The religious ferment of the sixties Michael Walsh

18. The crisis of Christianity in the West: entering a post-Christian era? Hugh McLeod

19. The revolutions in Eastern Europe and the beginnings of the post-Communist era Philip Walters

20. The transformation of Latin American Christianity, c.1950-2000 Edward L. Cleary

21. Religion and racism: struggles around segregation, 'Jim Crow' and Apartheid Steve de Gruchy

22. Post-colonial Christianity in Africa David Maxwell

23. South Asia, 1911-2003 Chandra Mallampalli

24. Christianity in Southeast Asia: 1914-2000 John Roxborough

25. East Asia Richard Fox Young

Part III. Social and Cultural Impact

26. Liturgy Bryan Spinks

27. The 'Other'

(i) Relations between Christians and Jews (1914-2000) Daniel Langton

(ii) Muslims David Thomas

(iii) Buddhists and Hindus David Cheetham

(iv) Theologies of religions David Cheetham

28. Wealth and poverty Duncan B. Forrester

29. Male and female

(i) Marriage and the family Adrian Thatcher

(ii) Homosexuality David Hilliard

(iii) Patriarchy and women's emancipation Pirjo Markkola

(iv) The Church as women's space Pirjo Markkola

30. Christianity and the sciences Peter J. Bowler

31. Literature and the arts

(i) Literature and film David Jasper

(ii) Music and Christianity in the twentieth century Andrew Wilson-Dickson

(iii) Christianity and art Jutta Vinzent; (iv) Church architecture Nigel Yates

32. Role-models Hugh McLeod

33. Being a Christian at the end of the twentieth century Hugh McLeod
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