THE CHURCH AND THE AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT (1648-1848)
Faith, Science and the Challenge of Secularism
Dominic A Aquila, Series Editor
Catholics - both religious and lay - made significant contributions to science, the arts, and the betterment of human life during the Enlightenment, the innovative period between the Reformations and the modern age. Dominic Aquila outlines Catholic contributions in mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, biology, the arts and politics and highlights key figures of the era including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, St Vincent de Paul, Queen Christina of Sweden, and Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
Ave Maria Press 2022
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