Protestant-Catholic Conflict from the Reformation to the 21st Century

The Dynamics of Religious Difference
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9781137289735
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eBook
Seiten:
285
Autor:
John Wolffe
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PDF
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eBook
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Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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Taking a fresh look at the roots and implications of the enduring major historic fissure in Western Christianity, this book presents new insights into the historical dynamics of Protestant-Catholic conflict while illuminating present-day contexts and suggesting comparisons for approaching other entrenched conflicts in which religion is implicated.
Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors 1. Exploring the History of Protestant-Catholic Conflict; John Wolffe 2. Europe's 'Wars of Religion' and their Legacies; Mark Greengrass 3. Eighteenth-Century English Anti-Catholicism: Contexts, Continuity and Diminution; Colin Haydon 4. The Longue Durée of German Religious Conflict?; Helmut Walser Smith 5. Religious Conflict in Ulster c. 1780-1886; Andrew Holmes 6. Sectarianism and Evangelicalism in Birmingham and Liverpool, 1850-2010; Philomena Sutherland 7. 'The Catholic danger': Liberal theology and Anti-Catholicism in Sweden; Yvonne-Maria Werner 8. Protestant-Catholic Conflict in the United States: The Cases of John F. Kennedy and Ronald W. Reagan; Thomas J. Carty 9. The Dynamics of Religious Difference in Contemporary Northern Ireland; John Bell 10. Beyond Protestant-Catholic Conflict?; John Wolffe Index
Taking a fresh look at the roots and implications of the enduring major historic fissure in Western Christianity, this book presents new insights into the historical dynamics of Protestant-Catholic conflict while illuminating present-day contexts and suggesting comparisons for approaching other entrenched conflicts in which religion is implicated.

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