|Description||The First World War, which began in 1914, marked a traumatic crisis in
Western civilization, and its effects echoed through the rest of the
10:30 am Morning Panel - Cox Lecture Hall
Barry Hankins, Professor of History and Church-State Studies, Baylor University, "Pacifist Warrior: Woodrow Wilson and the Call of War"
Associate Professor of History, Fresno Pacific University, “‘Loyalty to
our Heavenly Country’: British Christianity and the First World War”
Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs, Wheaton College, "The Near Eastern
Front: Christian Humanitarian Work During the Great War"
Afternoon Lectures - Treasure Room
2:00 pm Philip Jenkins, "Angels and Horsemen: the Great War as an Apocalyptic Struggle"
3:30 pm Richard Gamble, “Was World War I a War of Religion?”
<p>• Religion and WWI Symposium (free)
<p>03/19/2014 5:00 PM</p>
<h4>How to register</h4>
<p>Register online below or call 254-710-7555.</p>
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