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World Religions

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Future of Christianity: Christianity—A History

Christianity is now over 2,000 years old. Yet today in the West it faces its greatest challenge--modernity and the rapid rise of the secular society. Can Christianity survive in the West?

 

 

 

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  • Who?  Who is the author of this source?
    • Are they qualified to write/speak on the subject?
    • Do you detect any bias on the author’s part in relation to the subject?
  • What? What is the source?
    • Does it have a title?
    • Is it a primary source, such as an original document or creative work or is it a secondary source, such as a report or analysis of primary sources?
    • Is it authoritative or trustworthy?
  • How?
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    • Who is the publisher or sponsoring organization?
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MLA Handbook. 8th ed., The Modern Language Association, 2016, pp. 11-12.

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