A survey of the religious life of France in the twentieth century / By Ronald W. Hoyle. [print]Material type: TextPublication details: 1956. Description: vi, 69 leaves ; 29 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Columbia Bible College -- Dissertations | Religion | France -- ReligionLOC classification: BV4070.H867.S878 1956BV4070.C68.H867.S878 1956COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Thesis M.A. Columbia Bible College, Columbia, South Carolina 1956.
Chapter I. Background-Protestantism From 1517 to 1905
Early Fathers of French Faith A Noteworthy Power in the 16th Century Waning of Forces in the 17th Century Details of Enemy Attack Process of Restoration A Period of Expansion Home Missionary Work Protestantism at the End of the 19th Century.
Chapter II. Examination of a Diseased France
France-Intellectually France-Educationally France-Socially France-Morally France-Economically France-Politically France-Spiritually.
Chapter III. The Roman Catholic Church in This Century
Numerical Strength Statistics concerning Priests Resurgence after World War I Home Mission Activity-J.O.C. ; Consciousness of Lost Ground Failure of J.O.C. ; The Worker-Priest Movement Its origin Its effectiveness Its official discontinuance Its unofficial continuance ; -- Modernizing of Manner of Worship.
Chapter IV. Protestantism from 1905 to 1954
Release from State Control Loss of Vitality Effects of World War I Liberalism Smothers Any Flame Statistics for 1919 Dispersed Protestants France and Ecumenicity Reaction aginst Ecumenicity Effects of World War II Comparison of Figures for 1919 and 1947 Statistics of Protestantism in 1947 Statistics of Protestantism in 1952 Foreign Mission Activity Baptist Work since 1950.
Chapter V. Protestant France in 1955
Protestant Workers of France Protestant Workers by Denomination Towns with a Protestant Witness Details of Protestant Work Churches in Paris Members of the Protestant Federation of France Seminaries of French Protestantism Foreign Missionary Activity in 1955 Paris Evangelical Missionary Society Bible Mission in the Ivory Coast Methodist Mission in French West Africa Christian Action in the East Assemblies of God Work in France Other Groups.
Chapter Virgin Islands American Missionary Activity in France
Early Trends of American Missionary Work Chart of American Mission Boards Natioanl Bible Christian Union European Evangelistic Crusade Greater Europe Mission The Evangelical Alliance Mission Baptist Mid-Missions Other Groups.
Chapter Virgin IslandsI. Conclusion
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