This book is the first unified and comprehensive attempt in the post-Cold War period to give an account of world Christianity's encounter with Marxism. After exploring the intellectual foundations of the antagonism on both sides, Janz examines the particular contexts of the USSR, the United States, Poland, Nicaragua, Albania, Cuba, and China, and suggests that the "Marxist project" is not as dead as one might imagine.

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