The history of Christianity II : from the Reformation to the modern megachurch [electronic resource].
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (36 video files (approximately 1080 min.)) : sd., col.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses, 2017.
- Distributor: Made available through hoopla
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Episode 1 Prophets of Reform before Protestantism Episode 2 Luther and the Dawn of Protestantism Episode 3 Zwingli, Calvin, and the Reformed Tradition Episode 4 The Anabaptist Radicals Episode 5 The Catholic Reformation Episode 6 The Church Militant in the Spanish Empire Episode 7 War and Witchcraft in the Holy Roman Empire Episode 8 Puritans, Kings, and Theology in Practice Episode 9 Religious Dissent and the English Civil War Episode 10 Eastern Orthodoxy Episode 11 Christians under Muslim Rule Episode 12 The Church and the Scientific Revolution Episode 13 The Enlightenment Quest for Reasonable Faith Episode 14 Pietist Revival in Europe Episode 15 The First Great Awakening Episode 16 Religion and Revolution in the 18th Century Episode 17 The Second Great Awakening Episode 18 The Mormons Episode 19 Slave Religion in the Americas Episode 20 Christian Missions and Moral Reform Episode 21 The Church's Encounter with Modern Learning Episode 22 The Social Gospel Episode 23 Fundamentalism and Pentecostalism Episode 24 Apocalyptic Faith in the 1800s and Beyond Episode 25 The Church and the Russian Revolution Episode 26 The Rival Gods of the Cold War Episode 27 Rebellion and Reform in Latin America Episode 28 Vatican II and Global Renewal Episode 29 Secularism and the Death of God Episode 30 The Gospel and Global Civil Rights Episode 31 Culture Wars and the Christian Right Episode 32 Liberation Theologies in Latin America Episode 33 Prophetic Religion in Modern Africa Episode 34 Chinese Christianity Episode 35 Revival and Repression in Korea Episode 36 The Challenge of 21st-Century Christianity.
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Presenter: Professor Molly Worthen, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For nearly 2,000 years, the Christian faith has remained at or near the center of Western moral debate and conceptions of human identity. It has both shaped history and responded to history, showing an extraordinary adaptability within greatly differing cultures. Discover the phenomenal story of Christianity's first 1,500 years, in all its remarkable diversity and complex dimensions.
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