- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction: ‘Defending the Faith: Global Histories of Apologetics and Politics in the 20th Century’
1The Apologetics of Modern Culture Wars: The Case of Weimar Germany
2Ideology and Futurology in Early 20th-Century Britain: Wells, Haldane, Bernal, and Their Critics
3Vivat Christus Rex! The Cult of Christ the King, Vatican Apologetics, Catholic Action, and the Far Right
4Between Rome and the Godless: Martin Niemöller’s Apologetic Moves, 1930–50
5British and Muslim? British Converts and Their Apologetics for Islam in the Interwar Period
6From Mental Slavery to Brainwashing: Anti-Catholic Legacies in Anti-Communist Polemics
7‘Communism Is a Religion That Is Inspired, Directed and Motivated by the Devil Himself’: Billy Graham’s Apologetics and the Cold War West
8The Apologetics of Decolonisation: Defending Religion in South and Southeast Asia after the Second World War
9Atheism as a Vocation: Soviet Communism and Its Atheist Apologists
10Sacred Values: Islam, Communism, and Moroccan Nationalism in the Long 1960s
11‘A World to Be Transfigured’: Shaping a Cold War Vision of Orthodoxy from the South
12Louis Jacobs, Revelation, and the Ongoing Battle to Defend Jewish Orthodoxy
13Recognising Secularisation: The Church of England and Its Struggle for a Political Role (1960–90) 1
- Afterword: Apologetics as a Seismograph of Social Change and an Arena of Secular-Religious Conflicts
- Defending the Faith
Todd H. Weir
- British Academy
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