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Churches, Revolutions And Empires

1789-1914

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An Enlightening Exploration of The Christian Church During One of Its Most Turbulent Times. Includes: American War of Independence French Revolution European Enlightenment Industrial Revolution Abolition of The Slave Trade The Civil War Features Maps Charts Quotes Drawings 'Revolution' might just be the best word to describe the period from 1789 to 1914 which was a time of momentous and often violent change in the western world. The formation of the modern world amidst a time of empire, upheaval, revolution, and war. Political, social, economic, and religious transformation took place, which dramatically affected society at large and in turn the years that followed. In this fascinating book, the author focuses on key people, themes, and events to show that while often society is influenced by the Church, the reverse is equally true, for good and bad. This is not a book that just looks at the Church in history but a gripping explanation of the intertwining of the two, with the huge challenges faced across the various emerging denominations, as they begin to be seen as a worldwide Christian church. On this truly exciting journey, here are a few of the many events you will explore. We look at life after the American War of Independence where different preachers took varying stances for it, against it and pacifistic. How the French Revolution toppled a monarchy and changed the relationship between church and state. How the European enlightenment accompanied the decline of the church along with emerging movements in Germany, the urbanisation of England after the industrial revolution and the rise in Christian socialism. The results of the American civil war and the moral initiatives which resulted in the abolition of slavery, while the struggles with racism and anti-Semitism continued. The landmark publication and acceptance of Charles Darwin's 'The Origin of Species'. Meanwhile there is an explosion in oversees missionary work with the likes of David Livingstone in Africa, Hudson Taylor in China, and William Carey in India. And finally, the setting of the scene for the arrival of World War One.

Product code: 9781845507749

ISBN 9781845507749
1789 to 1914 was a time of momentous and often violent change religiously, socially, politically and economically in the western world. In this detailed yet fascinating study, Shaw gives context and understanding to this legacy.