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The coexistence of multiple religious communities has been a source of both opposition and diversity since the very foundation of human civilization. This album explores the interaction of competing communities in compelling depth, highlighting periods and cities that experienced turbulence, and occasionally harmony, from such an intermingling of beliefs and ideas. A huge historical range, from the very beginnings of early Christianity to modern-day Africa, is rigorously examined in cultural, social and ideological terms. This material forms part of The Open University course AA307 Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence.
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The coexistence of multiple religious communities has been a source of both opposition and diversity since the very foundation of human civilization. This album explores the interaction of competing communities in compelling depth, highlighting periods and cities that experienced turbulence, and occasionally harmony, from such an intermingling of beliefs and ideas. A huge historical range, from the very beginnings of early Christianity to modern-day Africa, is rigorously examined in cultural, social and ideological terms. This material forms part of The Open University course AA307 Religion in history: conflict, conversion and coexistence.
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Religion in history: conf...

07 Aug 2009 | 57 secs

Religion in history:...

07 Aug 2009 | 57 secs

Christianity in context

07 Aug 2009 | 32 mins 12 secs

Christianity in cont...

07 Aug 2009 | 32 mins 12 secs

Byzantine and late Roman ...

07 Aug 2009 | 20 mins 06 secs

Byzantine and late R...

07 Aug 2009 | 20 mins 06 secs

The crusades

07 Aug 2009 | 29 mins 54 secs

The crusades

07 Aug 2009 | 29 mins 54 secs

The Bengal Renaissance

07 Aug 2009 | 38 mins 34 secs

The Bengal Renaissan...

07 Aug 2009 | 38 mins 34 secs