A common way of understanding the Twentieth Century is to interpret the period a

A common way of understanding the Twentieth Century is to interpret the period as the gradual unraveling of European hegemony. At the start of the century, European states dominated the globe with unprecedented power; by the end of the century, the most powerful states on the globe were no longer European.  Trace this “end of the European era” by demonstrating: a) how and why European states lost their position of dominance; b) what states – if any – have filled this vacuum, and how they did so; c) what impact these developments have had on other areas of the globe; and d) how this transition might affect the understanding, teaching, and spread of Christianity. APA-compliant formatting, including title and References pages
Minimum of five scholarly references
Minimum of four references to documents from the Perry reader
Be sure that you response to criteria c) – equals at least 500 words and includes the following three sections:
1) Christian worldview regarding the course;
2) biblical passages related to the course; and
3) comparison of secular and Christian perspectives related to the course.

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