HIST 602: Religion in Britain 1785-1925 (3)

This course offers an examination of religious thought and practice during the transition from a pre-industrial, unitary order to a modern urban, industrial, and secular society. It will stress the close study of a range of selected texts, including works by such authors and works as Paley, Horsley, Wilberforce, Thomas Arnold, Newman Maurice, essays and reviews, Jowett, Lux Mundi, Gore, and Temple. It will attend to continental European influences on British thought and set theological debate in the wider context of the intellectual history of the period. LEC
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