The Enlightenment had a profound effect on western thought. During this period, some sought to reconcile the Christian faith with modern thought, while others tried to cut themselves completely from their Christian moorings. But even those who set out to uproot the Christian influence upon society ended up adopting suspiciously similar ideas. In this message, Dr. Godfrey shows us how the church navigated through the Enlightenment, pointing out the different responses to this new challenge.
From the teaching series A Survey of Church History, Part 4 by Dr. Robert Godfrey
Teaching Series by W. Robert Godfrey
Part 2, A.D. 500-1500 As the Roman Empire gradually crumbled in the fifth century AD, the people of the Mediterranean world turned to the church for leadership and direction in a new era of uncertainty. The next thousand years would prove … Learn More
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