how one of our course themes played out in the context

Instructions: For each question, you will be asked to discuss how one of our course themes played out in the context of the so-called Long 19th Century (defined here as 1750s-1914). You will answer one of these questions in the form of an argumentative essay that consists of an introduction, body sections (3-5), and a conclusion. Your introduction should include concise context (i.e. the minimum background information your reader needs to understand the question and thesis), your overall argument (i.e. your answer to the question),anda road map of your evidence (i.e. the types of evidence each body section will consider). Prompt: Religion and the State: Theology and Secularism Context:Throughout the course, we have examined how religiosity and secularism have influenced the course of history during the Long 19thCentury (1750s-1914). In particular, we have considered the extent to which the Enlightenment and modern processes such as industrialization, nation building, representative government, and imperialism have led to an overall secularization of the world. Conversely, we have investigated the continued relevanceand arguably, renewalof religiosity in political and cultural movements during this same time. At least 1 citations from each of the sections below must be included: Europe – John Locke, A Letter Concerning Toleration – Voltaire, On the Presbyterians – John Wesley, Original Sin Russia and the Ottomans – Edict of Gulhane – Shaykh Muhammad Abduh, Islam, Reason, and Civilization – Alexander II, The Emancipation Manifesto – Lenin, Our Programme and What Is to Be Done? – Larry Wolff, Introduction,Inventing Eastern Europe: The Map of Civilization on the Mind of theEnlightenment – Sayyid Jamal Al-Din Al-Afghani, An Islamic Response to Imperialism – The Young Turks, Proclamation for the Ottoman Empire, 1908 Latin America – Emiliano Zapata, Plan de Ayala – Paul Vanderwood, Introduction: The Suns of Satan Are Upon Us! The Power of God Against the Guns of Government Africa – Robert. O. Collins and James M. Burns, Chapter 15: The Atlantic Slave Trade, A History of Sub-Saharan Africa – Terence Ranger, The Invention of Tradition in Colonial Africa,The Invention of Tradition, ed. Hobsbawm and Ranger,

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