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Department
History
Course
HIST261
Professor
Eric Strikwerda
Semester
Winter

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thFebruary 14 2014 Social Ferment 19001921The Social Gospel and the Regeneration of CND societyApplications of Christian Protestant morality and ethics to perceived and real social problemsIt was a protestant intellectual and spiritual movement a postmillennialism movement and in large it was a response to Charles Darwins On the Origin of Species Karl Marx proclamation that Religion is the opium of the people and the industrial revolution I was very popular in Britain the USA CND AUS etcA Crisis in SpiritualityIn opposition to Darwins theory archeology bloomed and people began looking for the historical bible Their logic being that if we can find dinosaur bones then we can find Noahs Ark It was headed by both gentlemen archeologist and professionals but they couldnt actually find any evidence This lead to the Historica
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