Journaux ou périodiques
des XIXe et XXe siècles

Au XIXe siècle, la presse protestante peut s’exprimer librement. Compte tenu de la diversité des courants doctrinaux, le nombre des publications s’accroît, chaque tendance ayant son périodique. Il y a aussi des revues thématiques émanant d’associations.

Au XXe siècle, aux préoccupations d’ordre religieux se mêlent parfois des préoccupations d’ordre politique.

‘Christianity of the 19th century’
‘Bearing witness’, journal of the Lutheran Church of Alsace-Lorraine, founded in 1865
‘Hope’, journal of the « Awakening » Movement, founded in 1838
‘The Link’, journal of the French Reformed Churches (liberal tendency), founded in 1841
‘Journal of Theology’ of the Montauban faculty of theology, founded in 1841
‘Christian Journal’, dir. by John Vienot, Free Faculty of Theology, Paris, from 1854 to 1926
‘Forward’, Salvation Army Bulletin, published by the Evangelical Society of Geneva, 1882
Bulletin of social Christianity’, 1896-1972
Protestant Christian Society’, founded in Bordeaux, Paris, A.Bailly
Annual Bulletin of Evangelisation
Emblem of the Society for Religious Tracts, 1898
Friend of Youth’, children’s bulletin, Paris, 1825
Almanac of Good Counsels’, Paris, Society for Religious Tracts, 1826 - 1866
The Evangelist’, religious journal, French Methodist Churches, Valence, 1837, Nimes, 1858.
Faith and Life’, journal of Protestant culture
Report of the French Evangelical Popular Mission, Cahors et Alençon, 1915.
New World
The link
Church and Power’, Bulletin n° 165 of CPED, december 1971
While it id day’, 1958-1982
Review of Christian Witness’, 1941

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