4 edition of Christianity in the Americas found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Thomas G. Walsh, Frank Kaufmann.|
|Contributions||Walsh, Thomas G., Kaufmann, Frank, 1952-|
|LC Classifications||BR510 .C39 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||97013503|
Contact. American Enterprise Institute Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC Main telephone: Main fax: Christianity in Conquest and Colonization (–) The planting of Christianity in the Americas was an endeavor of both imperialist greed and evan-gelical self-sacrifice. As Christian institutions and spiritualities developed in Latin America, they took on forms and emphases that continue to inform faith and practice today.
The life and writings of Fray Mier is a “Mier Paradox” described in Christianity in the Americas Before Columbus: Unfamiliar Origins and Insights. Dr. Mier’s writings give Unfamiliar Origins and Insights to the history of Mexico before and after Columbus. "Christianity in Latin America provides a complete overview of more than years of the history of Christianity in the 'New World'. This book specifically focuses on conquest, exploitation of slave- and forced labor, mission, the formation of the Catholic Church after the council of Trent, Inquisition, popular religiosity, and postcolonial state formation.
Gregg Frazer (PhD, Claremont Graduate University) is professor of history and political studies at The Master’s College and the author of a new major book on The Religious Beliefs of America’s Founders: Reason, Revelation, Revolution (The University Press of Kansas, ). Mark Noll writes that the thesis is “Sophisticated, well-documented, and forcefully argued. With unsurpassed knowledge of Latin American history, John Lynch’s New Worlds: A Religious History of Latin America sets out to explore the reception of Christianity by native people and how it influenced their social and religious lives, from the Christian evangelists’ arrival in Latin America to the dictators of the late twentieth century.
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America's Post-Christian Apocalypse: How Secular Modernism Marginalized Christianity and The Peril of Leaving God Behind at the End of the Age/5(14). Notwithstanding this commonplace timeline, scholars of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints assert that Christianity was first introduced to the Americas approximately 34 A.D., according to what is recorded in 3 Nephi Chap which chronicles the appearance of Jesus Christ to.
Book Basics Mainline Christianity is a must read for all within the declining denominations, those of other religious traditions within the United States, and those interested in American history - especially in the twentieth century.
At just pages (before extensive end notes), Lantzer's one volume approach is concise yet complete, and Cited by: 3. Incivilizations entirely unknown to one another dramatically confronted their differences along a line that eventually extended from Nova Scotia to Tierra del Fuego.
Over three centuries, the religious, political, and economic pressures of Europe motivated a nearly complete cultural sweep over the entire Western Christianity Comes to the Americas, three distinguished.
Christianity and Colonial Expansion in the Americas. Spain was the first European country to colonize what today is North and South America, and the Spanish approach to the region came from several was from the Caribbean area, primarily Cuba and Puerto Rico, into its height of development, Spanish Florida included the coastal regions of Georgia and southern South.
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Throughout America, monuments and vestige evidences of Christianity were found, according to the unanimous testimony of the missionaries.” Those early. Robert P. Jones is the founding CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI). His new book, “The End of White Christian America,” has been called “quite possibly the most Author: John Sides.
Exploration and Conquest From its beginnings, Christianity has been an apostolic, or missionary faith based on Jesus' exhortation to "go and make disciples of all nations" (Matthew ). In America's Religious History, leading historian Thomas S.
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Christianity Comes to the Americas tells a complex story of grand ambition, gr Excerpt When Christopher Columbus set foot on the island he called San Salvador on 12 Octoberhe unalterably changed the course of history for two hemispheres. the mutual impact--ecological, human, religious, economic, and even nutritional--continues to this day.
Of the many books about Columbus and his religious legacy, which are most helpful. Christian History asked Dr. William D. Taylor, co-author, with Emilio A. Núñez C., of Crisis in Latin America.
Christianity Comes to the Americas book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The dramatic influence of Christianity on the /5(6).
The Stand, which many consider King’s magnum opus (David Foster Wallace once listed it as his second favorite book of all time, just behind The Author: David Zahl. Most studies in this area concentrate on particular topics or regions; this book attempts to cover the entire history of Christianity throughout the Americas from The result is a dense and almost breathless presentation, full of information but sometimes wanting in : • Charles H.
Lippy, Robert Choquette, and Stafford Poole, Christianity Comes to the Americas: –, (Giniger, ). A detailed overview of Spanish, French, and British missionary efforts in the Americas.
• John A. Mackay, The Other Spanish Christ (Macmillan, ). An unsurpassed classic, available only in libraries. This book is about the cultural and religious history of the early American republic and the enduring structures of American Christianity. It argues both that the theme of democratization is central to understanding the development of American Christianity, and that the years of the early republic are the most crucial in revealing that process.'Christianity in Latin America is an excellent introduction for those wishing to study the impact of Christianity on a continent and its impact beyond.' Source: Church History 'This book is a good introduction to the extremely complex issue of Christianity in Latin America.
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