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Prices and offers may vary in store. The Cold War was in many ways a religious war. Presidents Truman and Eisenhower and other American leaders believed that human rights and freedoms were endowed by God, that God had called the United States to defend liberty in the world, and that Soviet communism was especially evil because of its atheism and its enmity to religion.
Or should the United States replace Great Britain as the gyroscope of world order, with all the political, military, and economic costs, benefits, and responsibilities that role would entail? Meanwhile, American Protestant churches failed to seize the moment. I thought he could have easily discussed this in the epilogue. Skip to search Skip to main content. For the prior half-century, it had failed to keep the peace, provide for the material well-being of the masses, and establish the structures for a prosperous international economy.
Om boka. Introduction; Part I: 1.
Hopes deferred: Protestants and foreign policy, ; 2. Unity dissolved: Protestants and foreign policy, ; Part II: 3. The 'real' Truman Doctrine: Harry Truman's theology of containment; 4.
To save China: Protestant missionaries and Sino-American relations; 5. Guided by God: the unusual decision-making of Senator H. Author: Paul S.
Date: Dec. From: Church History Vol. Publisher: American Society of Church History.
Document Type: Book review. Length: 1, words.