Competing Christianities: violence, ideology and war in Europe and beyond

In the first half of the twentieth century, it was mostly secular totalitarianism providing the ideological legitimacy for violent actions, aggressive wars and restrictive politics. Nowadays, however, they are more often neoconservative, nationalistic ideologies - and they prominently cite specific reading of Scripture and rely on the interpretation of salvation history and Christian moral tradition. In this online course, we look at the issue of religiously charged ideologies and fundamentalist versions of Christianity. This online course is a recording of a panel during the international PThU conference 2022.


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