The different views on how Christianity is to triumph
Boruchoff, David A. “New Spain, New England, and the New Jerusalem: the” translation” of empire, faith, and learning (translation imperii, fidei ac scientiae) in the colonial missionary project.” Early American Literature 43.1 (2008): 5-34.
This is an academic journal that comes as an essay on the view of some aspects of religious history that are a determinant of making strong and alive the triumphing of the church.This is because there is a sense of disillusionment that can see the church fail in a great way, due to losing of hope. Hope keeps things alive. Having no hope is a clear indication that all is deemed vanity and a waste of time. The promise that the church has to be kept alive, and this is a reason why some aspects that include time, origin by geography and also time become a factor that can be seen as a causative agent of all these.