August 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep2000, Issue 105, p77
Focuses on issues pertaining to the state of Christianity in the 18th century. Theological enthusiasms in the United States; Shift from age of faith to the age of reason; Protestantism in Germany; Devotion of Lord Acton to liberty in and of the Church; View of Henry Cardinal Manning, Archbishop of Westminster, on the liberty and universality of the Church; Relationship of history and science.


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