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North American Churches and the Cold War
HARDCOVER; Coming Soon: 8/23/2018
ISBN: 978-0-8028-7526-6
611 Pages
Trim Size, in inches: 6" x 9"
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History textbooks typically list 1945–1990 as the Cold War years, but it is clear that tensions from that period are still influencing world politics today. While much attention is given to political and social responses to those first nuclear threats, none has been given to the reactions of Christian churches. North American Churches and the Cold War offers the first systematic reflection on the diverse responses of Canadian and American churches to potential nuclear disaster.

A mix of scholars and church leaders, the contributors analyze the anxieties, dilemmas, and hopes that Christian churches felt as World War II gave way to the nuclear age. As they faced either nuclear annihilation or peaceful reconciliation, Christians were forced to take stands on such issues as war, communism, and their relationship to Christians in Eastern Europe. As we continue to navigate the nuclear era, this book provides insight into Chris-tian responses to future adversities and conflicts.

CONTRIBUTORS

William Alexander Blaikie Nadieszda Kizenko
James Christie John Lindner
Nicholas Denysenko David Little
Gary Dorrien Joseph Loya
Mark Thomas Edwards Paul Mojzes
Peter Eisenstadt Andrei V. Psarev
Jill K. Gill Bruce Rigdon
Michael Graziano Walter Sawatsky
Barbara Green Axel R. Schäfer
Raymond Haberski Jr. Todd Scribner
Jeremy Hatfield Gayle Thrift
Gordon L. Heath Steven M. Tipton
D. Oliver Herbel Frederick Trost
Norman Hjelm Lucian Turcescu
Daniel G. Hummel Charles West
Dianne Kirby James E. Will
Leonid Kishkovsky Lois Wilson

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