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Modern Christianity

by: Amanda Bronge

Modern Christianity 102

Amanda Bronge
GPA 3.6
World Religions
Dr. Jeffrey Kaplan

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Here is my last set of notes on Christianity from class! I did not provide book notes for the Chapter after the Islam Chapter since it seems we will not be getting to it this anymore! Hope this helps!
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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amanda Bronge on Sunday December 6, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to 102 at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh taught by Dr. Jeffrey Kaplan in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see World Religions in Religious Studies at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.


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Date Created: 12/06/15
Modern Christianity Catholicism changed completely after the Second Vatican Council 1962 Largest meeting in the history of the world Ecumenical global used in religious terms meaning you have interfaith activities No new laws were passed and no Heretics against the teachings of the church were condemned Brought lots of people from around the world that had at least a Catholic Church Pope Cardinals Archbishops Abbots abbotess Women Bishops Of cers Parish Priests Monks P PWF Six beliefs tied together with Second Vatican Council Language changed from Latin to English Lay Ministries Relations with other Christians AntiSemitism is a sin Human Dignity Freedom of conscience and religious liberty ldea that governments should not dictate religion to their people P P PP F American Protestantism Reacted to change in 2 important ways in the 20th century 1 2 Break American Fundamentalism following the publication of a series of pamphlets called quotThe Fundamentalismquot The Social Gospel which sought to reach sinners wherever they were a The social Gospel preached temperance and opposed immigration b Change in movement for women women were most in uenUal Radio and Television evangelism from the 19205 to date paved the way for the globalization of American Christianity Aimee McPherson Billy Sunday Billy Graham Jimmy Swaggart o Muscular Christianity The idea thatJesus was not a wimp then came boy and cub scouts The Emergent Church Movement may prove the most important contribution of American Christianity Secrets of the Vatican Vatican is the headquarters of the worldwide Catholic Church


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