Introduction: Pluralism, Proselytism, and Nationalism in Eastern Europe

Witte Jr., John
January 1999
Journal of Ecumenical Studies;Winter/Spring99, Vol. 36 Issue 1/2, p1
Academic Journal
Employs proselytism and pluralism to view afresh some of the cultural, ethnic, and religious conflicts in Eastern Europe. Critical assessment of the contest within and among various Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant communities; Competition between new religious and ethnic groups that have sprung forth in Central and Eastern Europe since the fall of Germany's Berlin Wall in 1991.


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