French Politics and Alfred Loisy's Modernism

September 1998
Church History;Sep98, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p521
Academic Journal
Presents an article which focuses on the works of modernist Alfred Loisy (1857-1940), highlighting his views concerning the relationship of the church and state in France. What Loisy's writings indicate about the separation of the church and state in France; Identification of promotional strategies used by ecclesistical leaders; Details on Loisy's criticism of the church.


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