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History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XVIII p. 1 28 October 2010 Science, Medicine, and Religion I.  Europe and Religions in a global perspective A. Europe becomes less dominant in world Christianity B. The political fate of Christianity 1. Loss of control of the rites of passage 2. Toleration–of other Christians, of Jews, of atheists (all with some  scandalous exceptions) 3. The Roman Church in political opposition: ex. Pius IX and the Syllabus  of Errors; note also Third Republic secularism and Bismarck’s “Cultural  Battle” in Germany 4. Church on the left C. Doctrine, faith and authority 1. The Bible and “Higher Criticism” 2. Materialism, science, socialism and the crisis of faith 3. The feminization of religion 4. Retrenchment and the doctrine of papal infallibility D. Christianity in the new world order  1. New forms of popular religion: ex. Railroads and pilgrimage
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2011 for the course HIST 5 taught by Professor Lacur during the Fall '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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