The Cambridge History of Christianity: Volume 7, Enlightenment, Reawakening and Revolution 1660-1815

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Steart J. Brown, Stewart J. Brown, Stewart Jay Brown, Timothy Tackett, K. Scott Bowie, Frances Margaret Young, Margaret Mary Mitchell, Augustine Casiday, Frederick W. Norris, Michael Angold, Thomas F. X. Noble, Roberta A. Baranowski, Julia M. H. Smith, Miri Rubin, R. Po-chia Hsia, Sheridan Gilley, Walter Simons, Hugh McLeod, Brian Stanley
Cambridge University Press, Dec 7, 2006 - History - 678 pages
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Continental Catholic Europe / Nigel Aston -- Continental Protestant Europe / Hartmut Lehmann -- Great Britain and Ireland / J.C.D. Clark -- The church in economy and society / Philip T. Hoffman -- Catholic clergy in Europe / Mario Rosa -- Protestant clergies in the European world / Andrew R. Holmes -- Reaching audiences : sermons and oratory in Europe / Joris van Eijnatten -- Christian education / Dominique Julia -- Christianity and gender / Merry Wiesner-Hanks -- Popular religion / Willem Frijhoff -- Jewish-Christian relations / Frances Malino -- Architecture and Christianity / Jean-Michel Leniaud -- Christianity and the rise of science, 1660-1815 / Louis Châtellier -- Enlightenment critique of Christianity / Margaret C. Jacob -- Christian Enlightenment / Helena Rosenblatt -- Jansenism and the international suppression of the Jesuits / Dale K. van Kley -- Evangelical awakenings in the North Atlantic world / W.R. Ward -- Toleration and movements of Christian reunion, 1660-1789 / James E. Bradley -- Christianity in Iberian America / James D. Riley -- British and French North America to 1765 / Mark A. Noll -- Christianity in Africa / Lamin Sanneh -- Christianity in south and south-east Asia / Charles J. Borges -- Christianity in East Asia / R.G. Tiedemann -- Christian encounters with other world religions / Andrew C. Ross -- The American Revolution and religion, 1765-1815 / Martin E. Marty -- Christianity and the campaign against slavery and the slave trade / Christopher Leslie Brown -- The French Revolution and religion to 1794 / Timothy Tackett -- The French Revolution and religion, 1795-1815 / Suzanne Desan -- Movements of Christian awakening in revolutionary Europe, 1790-1815 / Stewart J. Brown.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART I
13
Continental Protestant Europe
33
Great Britain and Ireland
54
The church in economy and society
72
The Protestant clergies in the European world
109
Sermons and oratory in Europe
128
Christian education
147
Toleration and movements of Christian reunion
348
PART IV
371
British and French North America to 1765 3 92
392
Christianity in Africa
411
Christianity in south and southeast Asia
433
23 Christianity in East Asia
451
Christian encounters with other world religions
475
The American Revolution and religion 17651815
497

9 Christianity and gender
166
1o Popular religion
185
n JewishChristian relations
208
Architecture and Christianity
226
Christianity and the rise of science 16601815
251
The Enlightenment critique of Christianity
265
Jansenism and the international suppression
302
17 Evangelical awakenings in the North Atlantic world
329
Christianity and the campaign against slavery and the slave trade
517
The French Revolution and religion to 1794 53 6
536
The French Revolution and religion 17951815
556
Movements of Christian awakening in revolutionary Europe
575
96
584
Bibliography
603
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Stewart J. Brown is Professor of Ecclesiatical History at the University of Edinburgh. His many publications include The National Churches of England, Ireland and Scotland 1801-1846 (2001).

Stewart J. Brown is Professor of Ecclesiatical History at the University of Edinburgh. His many publications include The National Churches of England, Ireland and Scotland 1801 1846 (2001).

Timothy Tackett is Professor of History at the University of California, Irvine. His many publications include When the King Took Flight (2003).