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church in France, 1789-1848

C. S. Phillips

church in France, 1789-1848

a study in revival.

by C. S. Phillips

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Published by Russell in New York .
Written in English


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First pub. 1929.

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Open LibraryOL19455696M


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The Church in France, (), stress on politics; Ravitch, Norman. The Catholic Church and the French Nation, – () Reardon, Bernard. Liberalism and Tradition: Aspects of Catholic Thought in Nineteenth-Century France ( The church in France, ; a study in revival, by C.

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Historians have explained the origins of the French Revolution in terms of class conflict, starvation, the hemorrhaging finances of the monarchy, the political use of “public opinion,” the Jansenist challenge to the Gallican State, and the subversive discourses of Enlightenment philosophes and Grubb Street hack writers.

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