Modern Christianity and Cultural Aspirations
Christianity and cultural aspirations are inevitably in tension: the combination invites a suspicion that temporal pursuits have slackened a quest for divine approbation. Nevertheless, as Christians generally believe that worldly success may be a position of influence worth seeking for noble reasons, it is truly an area of tension, rather than merely temptation. This volume explores this lively juxtaposition in the context of modern Britain and America. In fifteen original essays, a range of well-respected scholars examine the cultural aspirations of a broad spectrum of Christians, including Baptists, Congregationalists, Methodists, Presbyterians, Roman Catholics, and Anglicans, as they were expressed in arenas as diverse as politics, education, arthitecture, and sport.
Co mówią ludzie - Napisz recenzję
Nie znaleziono żadnych recenzji w standardowych lokalizacjach.
A DISSENTING HISTORIANS FORMATION
A CRITICAL APPRECIATION
NONCONFORMITY AND SPORT
NONCONFORMITY AND THE POTTERY INDUSTRY
NEWMAN PUGIN AND THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE ENGLISH ORATORY
NONCONFORMISTS AT CAMBRIDGE BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD
THE DISSENTING POLITICAL UPSURGE OF 183334
ABRAHAM LINCOLN RELIGION AND SELFIMPROVEMENT
ENGLISH PRESBYTERIANS AND
Anglican appears associated Atterbury Baptist became become Bible bill Binfield building called Cambridge Catholic cause century chapel Christian Church claimed clubs Clyde College Committee concerned Congregational Congregationalists continued course cricket culture denominational Dissenting early England English establishment Evangelical example fact father figures Free Church further George Gothic Halifax Highgate History House Independent Institute interest James John later less letter Liberal Lincoln London Lord March meeting Methodist minister ministry Minutes mission moved movement nature never Nonconformist Nonconformity noted opened Oxford Parian Phenomenon period political Portrait pottery Presbyterian present Press principles reading received recorded Reformed religion religious remained Report represented Scotland Shinn social Society sport Staffordshire Street Studies suggested Sunday school Thomas thought tradition Union United University Victorian Wesleyan Wilson young