‘Beth os mai hon yw Armagedon?’: Crefydd a’r Wasg Gymreig yn y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf


‘Beth os mai hon yw Armagedon?’: Crefydd a’r Wasg Gymreig yn y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf
Meilyr Powel

Mae’r papur hwn yn dadansoddi cynnwys y Wasg gyfnodol Gymreig ar adeg y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf, gyda ffocws ar y modd y datblygwyd crefydd yn agwedd flaenllaw o’r diwylliant rhyfel yng Nghymru. Fel rhan allweddol o’r gymdeithas sifil, roedd y Wasg yn llwyfan nerthol ar gyfer darbwyllo cynulleidfa, wrth i gyfranwyr uchel eu statws cymdeithasol gyflwyno a dehongli’r rhyfel yn ôl daliadau penodol. Dadl y papur hwn yw y cynhyrchwyd disgwrs grefyddol gref gan sylwebwyr y Wasg Gymreig ynghylch ystyr a phwrpas y rhyfel, gan roi ystyriaeth ddwys i broffwydoliaeth, Iachawdwriaeth, a dyfodiad oes newydd, lle y chwaraeir rôl ganolog gan Gristnogaeth.


Cyfeiriad:

 
  	Meilyr Powel, ‘“Beth os mai hon yw Armagedon?”: Crefydd a’r Wasg Gymreig yn y Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf’, Gwerddon, 27, October 2018, 67–94.
   

Allweddeiriau

 
    Rhyfel Byd Cyntaf, Cymru, y wasg, diwylliant, crefydd.
    

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