Dancing to the music of time: Modernity, secularization, and incarnation

Windscheffel, R. (2012). Dancing to the music of time: Modernity, secularization, and incarnation. Nineteenth Century Prose, 39(1-2), pp. 49-57.

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Abstract

Emphasizes the need for historians to explain why men like Lecky and Spencer identified secularization as a key characteristic of their age, and uses Charles Gore's life to demonstrate the kind of bridge that existed "between the Liberal Anglicanism of the nineteenth century and the Christian socialist/welfare state impetus of the twentieth".

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Divisions: Learning Development Centre
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/18300

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