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by John Stenhouse,GA Wood

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Christianity, Modernity and Culture : New Perspectives on New Zealand History. By (author) John Stenhouse.

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Home John Stenhouse Christianity, Modernity and Culture: New Perspectives . Published by ATF Press, 2005. Condition: Good Soft cover. GA Wood is an honorary member of the Department of Political Studies at the University of Otago.

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Find nearly any book by John Stenhouse. by John Stenhouse, Brett Knowles, Anthony Wood. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781920691233 (978-1-920691-23-3) Softcover, ATF Press, 2004.

For much of the twentieth century, New Zealand historians, like most Western scholars, largely took it for granted that as modernity waxed religion would wane. Secularization-the fading into insignificance of religion-would distinguish the modern era from previous ages. Until the 1980s, only a handful of scholars around the world raised serious empirical and theoretical questions about a Grand Theory that had become central to the self-understanding of the social sciences and of the modern world.

Modernity Disavowed is a pathbreaking study of the cultural, political, and philosophical significance of the Haitian Revolution (1791–1804). Revealing how the radical antislavery politics of this seminal event have been suppressed and ignored in historical and cultural records over the past two hundred years.

John Stenhouse FRS FRSE FIC FCS (21 October 1809 – 31 December 1880) was a Scottish chemist. In 1854, he invented one of the first practical respirators. He was a co-founder of the Chemical Society in 1841. John Stenhouse was born in Barrhead in Glasgow on 21 October 1809. He was the eldest son of William Stenhouse, a calico-printer in the family firm of John Stenhouse & Co of 302 High Street, Glasgow, and Elizabeth Currie; he was the only one of their children to survive beyond infancy.

Christianity - Christianity - Modern views: The modern church and world brought new difficulties to the quest for defining an essence of Christianity

Christianity - Christianity - Modern views: The modern church and world brought new difficulties to the quest for defining an essence of Christianity. Both as a result of Renaissance humanism, which gloried in human achievement and encouraged human autonomy, and of Reformation ideas that believers were responsible in conscience and reason for their faith, an autonomy in expressing faith developed. Some spoke of Protestantism as being devoted to the right of private judgment

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John is a member of the New Zealand Historical Association, the Religious History Association, the History of Science Society, the Pacific Circle Commission of the International Union for the History and Philosophy of Science, the Royal Society Historical Branch and a board member of the Otago Theological Foundation. In J.

Are you sure you want to remove Christianity, Modernity and Culture (Atf Series) from your list? Christianity, Modernity and Culture (Atf Series). by John Stenhouse, GA Wood. Published November 10, 2005 by ATF Press.

For much of the twentieth century, New Zealand historians, like most Western scholars, largely took it for granted that as modernity waxed religion would wane. Secularization-the fading into insignificance of religion-would distinguish the modern era from previous ages. Until the 1980s, only a handful of scholars around the world raised serious empirical and theoretical questions about a Grand Theory that had become central to the self-understanding of the social sciences and of the modern world. Heated debates since then, and the unmistakable resurgence of world religions, have raised fundamental questions about the empirical and theoretical adequacy of secularization theory, and especially about how far it applies outside Europe. This volume revisits New Zealand history when secularization is no longer taken for granted as the Only Big Story that illuminates the country's social and cultural history. Contributors explore how New Zealanders' diverse religious and spiritual traditions have shaped practical, everyday concerns in politics, racial and ethnic relations, science, the environment, family life, gender relations, and other domains.
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