Oxford 1937 Paperback

the Universal Christian Council for Life and Work Conference

by Graeme Smith;

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Oxford 1937

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The Oxford 1937 Life and Work Conference is a highly important event in the history of the ecumencial movement. It met at a time of international political crisis. Within two years the world would be at war. The churches in Europe and North America were confronted by the rise of totalitarian regimes, especially in Germany and Russia. Led by Joseph Oldham the conference delegates analysed this crisis theologically. They understood totalitarian regimes to be a form of Political religion adopted by people whose lives lacked meaning and purpose. The advent of secularism had removed Christian belief and practice from the West and humanity turned to false and pagan religions to fill the void. Oxford 1937 was a call to the churches to reassert themselves against this secular and pagan challenge.

Oxford 1937 by Graeme Smith was published by Peter Lang GmbH in August 2004. The ISBN for Oxford 1937 is 9783631522325.

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Details for Oxford 1937

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherPeter Lang GmbH (August 2004)
Number of Pages274
Height210 mm
Width148 mm
Product Code4058207
Page last updated 5th March 2016
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