HIST 371 Religion, Fascism, and Communism in 20th Century Europe

Looks at the interaction between Christianity and the churches (evangelical, Protestant, Catholic and Orthodox) on one hand, and the totalitarian ideologies and regimes of twentieth-century Europe on the other. In the process, such ideas as nationhood, class, modernization and secularization are considered, along with their implications for Christian belief and practice, and the various possible, and actual, Christian responses to them. Liberal Arts.

  • Terms: WSP
  • Credit Hours: 4
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