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Fridericus Denison Maurice, theologus et unus ex primis scriptorbus socialismi Christiani.

Socialismus Christiana est genus socialismi religiosi in doctrina Iesu conditi. Multi socialistae Christiani credunt capitalismum esse idololatricum et avaritiae inhaesum, quod nonnullae sectae Christianae putant peccatum mortale.[1] et omnia communia ills fuit.[2] Socialistae Christiani putant originem iniquitatis socialis cum avaritia consociatam esse, quam ei vicissim ad capitalismum coniungunt.[1] Socialismus Christianus factus est maior in Britanniarum Regno motus ex 1960 fere, per Motum Socialisticum Christianum.[3]

Locutio socialismus Christianus etiam ad tales graves saeculi undevicensimi personas pertinet ut scriptores Fridericus Denison Maurice (The Kingdom of Christ, 1838), Ioannes Ruskin (Unto this Last, 1862), Carolus Kingsley (The Water-Babies, 1863), Thomas Hughes (Tom Brown's Schooldays, 1857), Fridericus Iacobus Furnivall (unus ex conditoribus Oxford English Dictionary), Adin Ballou (Practical Christian Socialism, 1854), et Franciscus Bellamy (minister Baptista et auctor Testimonii Fidei Civitatum Foderatarum).

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Alii socialistae Christiani bene noti sunt:

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Adrian Hastings, Alistair Mason, Hugh S. Pyper. The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought. Oxford, England, UK: Oxford University Press Pp. 678.
  2. Actus Apostolorum, Caput 4
  3. Adrian Hastings, Alistair Mason, et Hugh S. Pyper, The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought (Oxoniae: Oxford University Press, 677).

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Fontes primarii
Fontes secundarii
  • Bissett, Jim. 1999. Agrarian socialism in America: Marx, Jefferson, and Jesus in the Oklahoma Countryside, 1904-1920. University of Oklahoma Press.
  • Boyer, John. 1995. Culture and Political Crisis in Vienna: Christian Socialism in Power, 1897-1918.
  • Cort, John C. 1988. Christian Socialism: An Informal History.
  • Hopkins, Charles Howard. 1940. The Rise of the Social Gospel in American Protestantism, 1865-1915.
  • Phillips, Paul T. 1996. A Kingdom on Earth: Anglo-American Social Christianity, 1880-1940.
  • Young, Shawn David. 2010. From Hippies to Jesus Freaks: Christian Radicalism in Chicago’s Inner-City. Journal of Religion and Popular Culture 22(2).

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