Church and State in the Modern Age: A Documentary History

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Selected Readings

The following list is a brief selection of works dealing with broad areas of modern religious history or the history of church-state relations. References to more specialized studies are provided at the end of each document.

G. Adriányi, The Church in the Modern Age ( New York, 1981).

S. E. Ahlstrom, A Religious History of the American People (New Haven, 1972).

K. Aland, A History of Christianity ( Philadelphia, 1985).

R. Aubert et al., The Church between Revolution and Restoration ( New York, 1981).

____, The Church in the Age of Liberalism ( New York, 1981).

____, The Church in the Industrial Age ( New York, 1981). Cambridge Modern History ( New York, 1903-12).

S. C. Carpenter, Church and People, 1789- 1889 ( London, 1933).

O. Chadwick, The Christian Church in the Cold War ( London, 1992).

R. Corrigan, The Church and the Nineteenth Century ( Milwaukee, 1938).

G. R. Cragg, The Church and the Age of Reason, 1648- 1789 ( London, 1961).

T. J. Curry, The First Freedoms. Church and State in America to the Passage of the First Amendment ( New York, 1986).

A. Dansette, Religious History of Modern France ( London, 1961).

A. Debidour, Histoire des rapports de l'église et de l'état en France de 1789 à 1870 ( Paris, 1898).

A. L. Drummond, German Protestantism since Luther ( London, 1951).

J. Ellis, The Russian Orthodox Church ( Bloomington, Ind., 1986).

C. F. Garbett, Church and State in England ( London, 1950).

E. S. Gaustad, Faith of Our Fathers: Religion and the New Nation ( San Francisco, 1987).

F. H. Geffcken, Church and State ( London, 1877).

E. B. Greene, Religion and the State ( New York, 1941).

V.Gsovski (ed.), Church and State behind the Iron Curtain ( New York, 1955).

E. E. Y. Hales, The Catholic Church in the Modern World ( New York, 1958).

____, Pio Nono. A Study in European Politics and Religion in the Nineteenth Century ( New York, 1954).

W. S. Hudson, The Great Tradition of the American Churches ( New York, 1953).

____, Religion in America ( New York, 1973).

A. W. Johnson and F. H. Yost, Separation of Church and State in the United States ( Minneapolis, 1948).

P. Kurland, Church and State: The Supreme Court and the First Amendment ( Chicago, 1975).

H. Laski, Authority in the Modern State ( New Haven, 1919).

___, Studies in the Problem of Sovereignty ( New Haven, 1917).

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