World Christianity in the Twentieth Century: A Reader

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Noel Davies, Martin Conway
Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd, 2008 - 283 páginas
Addressing World Christianity in an introductory way, this title serves primarily as a guide to the history of Christianity in the century and as such examines theological issues that have often been at the heart of key historical events and developments. It is the companion reader to the "SCM Core Text: World Christianity in the 20th Century".
 

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The Orthodox Churches
20
The Roman Catholic Church
37
The Historic Protestant Churches
53
Pente co stalism
72
The Middle East
88
The Twentieth Centurys Great Success Story?
102
Bangladesh India Nepal Pakistan
122
East Asia and the Pacific
135
Latin America and the Caribbean
156
North America
178
The Odd One Out?
197
War and Peace
213
The Response of Faith to Contemporary Science
235
Christians and Our Neighbours of Other World Faiths
263
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Noel Davies is Lecturer in Theology and Director of the Welsh National Centre for Ecumenical Studies at Trinity College, Carmarthen and has wide experience of the ecumenical movement both nationally and internationally.

Martin Conway has wide experience of the world church, having served on the staff of the World Student Christian Federation, the World Council of Churches and the British Council of Churches, and as President of the Selly Oak Colleges, Birmingham, UK.

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