The Christian Origins of Social Revolt
This book, first published in 1949, analyses the thread of Christian anti-authority thought that runs through protests and revolts from the first days of Christianity to modern times. It examines social protests of the Middle Ages, through to the Reformation and the Peasant War of Germany, the English Civil War, Christian Socialists and fascism and bolshevism. It presents a clear case for the role of Christianity in social unorthodoxies, protests and revolts.
Table of Contents
1. Social Heresies of the Middle Ages 2. The Lollards 3. The Medieval Church and the Peasant 4. The Hussites 5. The Protestant Reformation 6. The Peasant War in Germany 7. The Reign of the Saints 8. The Levellers 9. The Diggers 10. The Quakers 11. Christianity and the Industrial Revolution 12. The Christian Socialists (1848-1854) 13. The Rise of the Modern Socialist Movement in Britain 14. Fascism, Bolshevism and Socialism
William Dale Morris