Changing Christianity

Changing Christianity

From Schism to Ecumenism

Streaming Video - 2006
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The French Revolution explodes, and the Church, at the center of the controversy, must redefine its relationship with political power. This program focuses on religious controversy throughout the ages to the 19th century, when Christianity finds a new vitality and diversity of worship in democratic societies. Vatican II (1962-1965) is discussed as having paved the way for modern Catholicism, and the Protestant Ecumenical movement, also of the 1960s, is credited with reconciliation among the various Christian denominations.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2006], c1998
Alternative Title: From schism to ecumenism


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