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Author: Darwell Stone
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Stone, Darwell, 1859-1941.
History of the doctrine of the holy eucharist.
London, Longmans, Green, 1909
(OCoLC)852774630
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Darwell Stone
OCLC Number: 1033418
Description: 2 volumes 24 cm
Contents: Vol. 1: --
Chapter I. The New Testament --
1. Object --
an historical statement --
2. Importance of this --
3. Need of systematic grouping and scientific estimate of evidence --
I. Preliminary considerations --
1. The person of Christ --
2. Familiarity of idea of communion with God by means of a sacred meal to --
pagans --
Jews --
The disciples of Christ --
3. Place of rite in New Testament --
II. The institution --
1. New Testament accounts --
2. Parallels in St. Justin martyr and St. Irenaeus --
3. Doctrinal inferences --
III. Teaching of St. Paul --
IV. Epistle to the Hebrews --
V. Epistles of St. Peter --
VI. The Revelation and the First Epistle of St. John --
VII. The discourse at Capernaum --
VIII. Interpretation of passages --
IX. Summary as to New Testament --
Chapter II. The ante-Nicene church --
1. Interest and importance of this period --
2. Basis of teaching --
3. Grouping of writers --
I. Teaching as to presence and gift --
1. An undefined spiritual gift --
2. The "symbols" of "figures" of the body and blood of Christ --
3. The body and blood of Christ --
II. Teaching as to sacrifice --
1. Repudiation of carnal sacrifices --
2. Sacrificial character of Christian belief and life and worship --
3. The Eucharist called a sacrifice --
4. Use of Malachi i. 11 --
5. Association with the sacrifice of the cross and with our Lord's risen and heavenly life --
6. Priestly character of Christian community --
III. Summary Chapter III. The period of the great councils --
1. Characteristics of period --
2. Writers and documents --
I. Ideas as to presence and gift --
1. General references to the body and blood of Christ --
2. "Symbols" or "figures" --
3. Heightened efficacy of elements --
4. The body and blood of Christ --
5. Method of consecration --
6. Spiritual character of presence --
7. The body of Christ in the Eucharist and the mystical body the church --
8. The heavenly body of Christ --
9. Attempts at explanation --
a. Emphasis on continued existence of bread and wine -b. Emphasis on change of bread and wine --
10. Adoration --
II. Ideas as to sacrifice --
1. General sacrificial phraseology --
2. Association with passion and death of Christ --
3. Association with risen and ascended life of Chrsit --
4. Culmination in communion --
5. The sacrifice of the church --
III. Evidence taken separately --
1. Aphraates and St. Ephraim the Syrian --
2. Correspondence between Peter Mongus and Acacius --
3. Homily ascribed to Eusebius of Emesa --
IV. Summary --
IV. Eastern theology from the sixth century to the present time --
General characteristics of East --
I. Centuries VI., VII --
Canons of Athanasius, Leontius of Byzantium, Ephraim of Antioch, Eusebius of Alexandria, St. Anastasius of Sinai, Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite, Eutychius of Constantinople, Maximus the Confessor, Sayings of the fathers --
II. Iconoclastic controversy --
St. John of Damascus, Council of Constantinople of 754, Second Council of Nicaea of 787, Liturgy of St. Basil, Liturgy of St. Chrysostom, On the stainless body --
III. Sacrifice in centuries VI.-X --
Eutychius of Constantinople, St. John of Damascus, Second Council of Nicaea, Nicephorus of Constantinople, Litury of St. Basil, Liturgy of St. Chrysostom --
IV. Oecumenius, Theophylact, Euthymius Zigabenus, Soterichus Panteugenus, Council of Constantinople of 1156, Nicolas of Methone, Germanus II., Cabasilas, Symeon of Thessalonica, Council of Florence, Gennadius --
V. Gabriel of Philadelphia --
VI. Cyril Lucar, Orthodox confession, Council of Constantinople of 1642, Council of Jerusalem of 1672, Correspondence of Eastern bishops with nonjurors, Council of Constantinople of 1727, Russian Holy Synod in 1838, Longer catechism, Greek catechisms (or Bernadakis, Moschakis, Kyriakos, Nektarios), Bishop Makarios, Khomiakoff --
VII. Summary Chapter V. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century; Part I --
Introduction: Differences of West from East --
I. Centuries VI.-VIII --
St. Gregory the Great, Isidore of Seville, St. Germain of Paris, Venerable Bede, Alcuin, Theoduf of Orleans --
II. Western liturgies, centuries VI.-VIII --
III. Amalarius of Metz, Florus of Lyons --
IV. Paschasius Radbert, Walafrid Strabo, Rabanus Maurus, Ratramn --
V. Hinemar of Rheims, Haymo of Halberstadt, Remi of Auxerre, Gerbert --
VI. Aelfric --
VII. Pope Nicolas I., Ratherius of Verona --
VI. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part II --
Introduction: Prevalent doctrine early in century XI --
I. Fulbert of Chartres --
II. The Berengarian controversy --
Berengar, lanfranc, Durand of Troarn, Witmund of Aversa, Eusebius Bruno, Councils at Rome, Brionne, Vercelli, Paris, Tours, Rouen, Poitiers, Saint Maixent, Bordeaux --
III. St. Peter Damien (?) --
IV. St. Anselm --
V. Odo of Cambrai, Ivo of Chartres, William of Champeux, Alger of Liege, Gregory of Bergamo --
VI. Hildebert of Tours, Honorius of Autun, Stephen of Autun, Otto of Bamberg (?) --
VII. Hugh of St. Victor, The mirror of the mysteries of the church, Robert Paululus, On the canon of the mystic libation --
VIII. Rupert of Deutz --
IX. Abelard, Abbaud, William of St. Thierry --
X. St. Bernard, Robert Pulleyn, Peter the Venerable --
XI. Peter Lombard --
XII. Peter of Poitiers, Pope Innocent III --
XIII. Fourth Lateran Council Chapter VII: Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part III --
Introduction: features of century XIII --
I. Alexander of Hales, William of Auvergne --
II. Albert the Great, St. Thomas Aquinas --
III. St. Bonaventura, Duns Scotus --
IV. Illustrations of doctrine from --
1. Bull of Pope Urban IV on the feast of Corpus Christi --
2. Hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas --
3. Acts of reverence and adoration --
4. The lay folks mass book, the Ancren Riwle --
5. Belief in physical support from reception of sacrament --
6. Durand of Mende --
Chapter VIII. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part IV --
Introduction: New views in centuries XIV-XV --
I. John of Paris, Durand of St. Pourcain, William of Ockham, John Wyclif, Lollards, Sir John Oldcastle, John Hus, Jerome of Prague, Peter d'Ailly, John Wessel --
II. University of Oxford in 1381, Council of London of 1382, Condemnation of Sawtry and Wyche, University of Oxford in 1412, Archbishop Arundel, Council of Constance, Thomas Netter, Council of Florence, Pope Eugenius IV --
III. Illustrations of doctrine from --
1. Mother Juliana of Norwich --
2. John Myrc --
3. Thomas a Kempis --
4. Landforde's Meditations --
IV. Further illustrations from --
1. Hereford Missal --
2. Customary of St. Augustine's, Canterbury --
3. Sarum Missal and processional --
4. York processional --
5. Sarum cautels --
V. Gabriel Biel --
VI. York Guild of Corpus Christi --
VII. Summary of the period from the sixth to the fifteenth century. Vol. 2: --
Chapter IX: The period of the Reformation: Part I --
Introduction: Characteristics of the Reformation period --
I. The new learning --
Colet --
Faber Stapulensis --
II. Luther --
III. Lutherans --
IV. Zwingli --
V. Bucer --
VI. Calvin and his followers --
VII. Erasmus, Cajetan --
VIII. Von Eck, Pighi, Catharinus, Teaching at Nuremberg and Luebeck, Steinly --
IX. Council of Cologne (1536), Archbishop Hermann, Antididagma --
X. Council of Trent, Tridentine catechism --
Chapter X: The period of the Reformation: Part II --
I. King Henry VIII., Bishop Fisher, Frith, Hewet, Convocation of Canterbury (1536), Ten articles, Bishops' book, Thirteen articles, Nicholson, Six articles, King's book, Rationale --
II. Cranmer, Convocation and Parliament (1547), Order of communion of 1548, Debate in the House of Lords (1548), Prayer Book of 1549, Prayer Book of 1552, Forty-two articles, Poynet's Catechism --
III. Gardiner --
IV. Scottish Provincial Council (1552), Hamilton's Catechism --
XI. The period of the Reformation: Part III --
Introduction: General aspect of reign of Mary --
I. Convocation of Canterbury (1553 and 1554), University of Cambridge, Pole --
II. Bonner, Fuller, Bayne, Sir John Cheke --
III. Tunstall, Watson --
IV. Cranmer, Ridley, Latimer, Woodman, Spurdance, Young --
Chapter XII: The period of the Reformation: Part IV --
Introduction: Accession of Elizabeth --
I. Guest, Convocation of Canterbury (1559), Scottish Provincial Council (1559), Hamilton's Godly exhortation --
II. Prayer Book of 1559, Feckenham, Scott, Declaration and Confession of 1559, Eleven articles, Thirty-eight articles, Thirty-nine articles, Guest, Homilies, Nowell's Catechism --
III. Gilpin, Saravia, Jewel, Grindal, Sandys, Becon --
IV. Hooker --
V. Summary of reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth Chapter XIII: The period of the Reformation: Part V --
Introduction: Extent of Reformation period --
I. Church catechism (1604), Overall, Canons of 1640 --
II. Andrewes, Buckeridge, Laud, Mountague, Herbert --
III. Crakanthorp, Morton, Sutton, Jackson, Hammond --
IV. Field --
V. William Forbes --
VI. Westminster Assembly, Confession of Faith, Shorter catechism, Larger catechism, Directory for the public worship of God --
VII. Irish Articles of 1615 --
VIII. hales --
IX. Cudworth --
X. Savoy Conference, Prayer Book of 1662 --
XI. Cosin, Taylor, Bramhall, Thorndike --
XII. Wren, Sanderson --
XIII. Summary of reigns of James I and Charles I, the Commonwealth, reign of Charles II --
Chapter XIV: Post-Reformation theology: Part I --
Introduction: Post-Tridentine Roman Catholic authors --
I. Melchior Cano, Salmeron, Vasquez --
Bellarmine, Suarez, Lessius --
II. De Lugo --
III. De Condren, Olier, Thomassin --
IV. Franzelin, Perrone, Van Noort, Hedley, Vindication of the Bull Apostolicae Curae, Scheeben, Schanz, Wilhelm and Scannell, Thalhofer, Stentrup, Lepin --
V. Questions as to intention --
1. Melchior Cano, Vasquez, Suarez, De Lugo --
2. Council of Pistoia, the Bull Auctorem fidei --
3. Van Noort --
VI. Cienfuegos --
VII. Special questions as to Eucharistic presence --
1. Council of Pistoia, the Bull Auctorem fidei --
2. Teaching as to accidents of Maignan, Franzelin, Van Noorth, Wilhelm and Scannel, Hedley --
3. Condemnations of theories in decrees of sacred congregation of July 7, 1875, and December 14, 1887 --
4. Reaching as to body of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Cornelius a Lapide, Faber, De Vega, Oswald, Newman --
5. Tendencies towards carnal notions --
VIII. Emphasis on spiritual character of Eucharistic doctrine in Manning, Franzelin, Newman, Van Noorth, Hedley --
IX. "Liberal" movement of beginning of Century XX: Pourrat, Tixeront, Batiffol, Loisy, Quello che Vogliamo, Le Roy, Syllabus and Encyclical of Pope Pius X in 1907, Tyrrell --
X. Summary as to Roman Catholic theology from the Council of Trent to Century XX Chapter XV: The post-Reformation theology: Part II --
Introduction: Scope of chapter Anglican writers from 1662 to end of century XVIII --
I. Bull, Beveridge --
II. Ken, A week's preparation, The whole duty of communicant, Horneck --
III. Tillotson --
IV. A discourse concerning the adoration of the host, A discourse against transubstantiation, The necessity of reformation, Woodhead, Wake --
V. Johnson, nelson, Correspondence of nonjurors with Easterns, Communion office of nonjurors, Deacon, Wilson --
VI. The reasonable communicant, The orthodox communicant, The communicant instructed --
VII. A plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper (Hoadly), Remarks on a book lately published, A second letter, A letter to a Lord, The Winchester converts, The sacrament of the altar, Brett, A defence of the plain account, A proper answer to a late abusive pamphlet, An apologetical defence, Law --
VIII. Waterland, The new week's preparation --
IX. John and Charles Wesley --
X. Summary as to Church of England between 1662 and end of century XVIII --
Chapter XVI: Post-Reformation theology: part III --
Introduction: Early years of century XIX in England --
I. Alexander Knox --
II. Keble's Christian year, Teaching received by Pusey when a child --
III. "Evangelical" teaching in 839 and 1840 --
IV. The Oxford Movement; Palmer, Denison, Keble, Pusey, Phillpotts, R. I. Wilberforce, Hamilton, Bennett, Memorial to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Littledale, Bright, Declaration of English church union --
V. Opponents of theology of Oxford Movement: Goode, Vogan, Harrison, Hebert, Meyrick, Griffith Thomas, Knox --
VI. Maurice --
VII. Mozley --
VIII. Temple, Fulham Conference (1900), Moule, Lord Halifax, Gore --
IX. R. M. Benson, Gore, Report of Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline (1906), Waggett, Grafton --
X. Scottish, American, and Irish churches --
1. Scottish communion office --
2. American communion office, Seabury --
3. Irish Form of consecration or dedication of churches and chapels, Irish catechism, Irish Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical, Irish Prayer Book --
XI. Scottish theologians of centuries XVIII and XIX --
Rattray, Robert Forbes, Jolly, G. H. Forbes, A. P. Forbes, Pastoral letters of Scottish bishops, Chinnergy Haldane --
XII. Non-episcopal religious bodies --
Dorner, Martensen, Pope, Lambert, Adamson, Milligan --
XIII. Summary --
Chapter XVII: Conclusion --
Introduction: Practical value of historical treatment --
I. Significance of importance attached to Eucharist in different quarters --
II. Prospect of decrease of disagreement --
III. Need of generous interpretation of words and actions.

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   schema:description "Chapter XV: The post-Reformation theology: Part II -- Introduction: Scope of chapter Anglican writers from 1662 to end of century XVIII -- I. Bull, Beveridge -- II. Ken, A week's preparation, The whole duty of communicant, Horneck -- III. Tillotson -- IV. A discourse concerning the adoration of the host, A discourse against transubstantiation, The necessity of reformation, Woodhead, Wake -- V. Johnson, nelson, Correspondence of nonjurors with Easterns, Communion office of nonjurors, Deacon, Wilson -- VI. The reasonable communicant, The orthodox communicant, The communicant instructed -- VII. A plain account of the nature and end of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper (Hoadly), Remarks on a book lately published, A second letter, A letter to a Lord, The Winchester converts, The sacrament of the altar, Brett, A defence of the plain account, A proper answer to a late abusive pamphlet, An apologetical defence, Law -- VIII. Waterland, The new week's preparation -- IX. John and Charles Wesley -- X. Summary as to Church of England between 1662 and end of century XVIII -- Chapter XVI: Post-Reformation theology: part III -- Introduction: Early years of century XIX in England -- I. Alexander Knox -- II. Keble's Christian year, Teaching received by Pusey when a child -- III. "Evangelical" teaching in 839 and 1840 -- IV. The Oxford Movement; Palmer, Denison, Keble, Pusey, Phillpotts, R. I. Wilberforce, Hamilton, Bennett, Memorial to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Littledale, Bright, Declaration of English church union -- V. Opponents of theology of Oxford Movement: Goode, Vogan, Harrison, Hebert, Meyrick, Griffith Thomas, Knox -- VI. Maurice -- VII. Mozley -- VIII. Temple, Fulham Conference (1900), Moule, Lord Halifax, Gore -- IX. R. M. Benson, Gore, Report of Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline (1906), Waggett, Grafton -- X. Scottish, American, and Irish churches -- 1. Scottish communion office -- 2. American communion office, Seabury -- 3. Irish Form of consecration or dedication of churches and chapels, Irish catechism, Irish Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical, Irish Prayer Book -- XI. Scottish theologians of centuries XVIII and XIX -- Rattray, Robert Forbes, Jolly, G. H. Forbes, A. P. Forbes, Pastoral letters of Scottish bishops, Chinnergy Haldane -- XII. Non-episcopal religious bodies -- Dorner, Martensen, Pope, Lambert, Adamson, Milligan -- XIII. Summary -- Chapter XVII: Conclusion -- Introduction: Practical value of historical treatment -- I. Significance of importance attached to Eucharist in different quarters -- II. Prospect of decrease of disagreement -- III. Need of generous interpretation of words and actions."@en ;
   schema:description "Chapter XIII: The period of the Reformation: Part V -- Introduction: Extent of Reformation period -- I. Church catechism (1604), Overall, Canons of 1640 -- II. Andrewes, Buckeridge, Laud, Mountague, Herbert -- III. Crakanthorp, Morton, Sutton, Jackson, Hammond -- IV. Field -- V. William Forbes -- VI. Westminster Assembly, Confession of Faith, Shorter catechism, Larger catechism, Directory for the public worship of God -- VII. Irish Articles of 1615 -- VIII. hales -- IX. Cudworth -- X. Savoy Conference, Prayer Book of 1662 -- XI. Cosin, Taylor, Bramhall, Thorndike -- XII. Wren, Sanderson -- XIII. Summary of reigns of James I and Charles I, the Commonwealth, reign of Charles II -- Chapter XIV: Post-Reformation theology: Part I -- Introduction: Post-Tridentine Roman Catholic authors -- I. Melchior Cano, Salmeron, Vasquez -- Bellarmine, Suarez, Lessius -- II. De Lugo -- III. De Condren, Olier, Thomassin -- IV. Franzelin, Perrone, Van Noort, Hedley, Vindication of the Bull Apostolicae Curae, Scheeben, Schanz, Wilhelm and Scannell, Thalhofer, Stentrup, Lepin -- V. Questions as to intention -- 1. Melchior Cano, Vasquez, Suarez, De Lugo -- 2. Council of Pistoia, the Bull Auctorem fidei -- 3. Van Noort -- VI. Cienfuegos -- VII. Special questions as to Eucharistic presence -- 1. Council of Pistoia, the Bull Auctorem fidei -- 2. Teaching as to accidents of Maignan, Franzelin, Van Noorth, Wilhelm and Scannel, Hedley -- 3. Condemnations of theories in decrees of sacred congregation of July 7, 1875, and December 14, 1887 -- 4. Reaching as to body of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Cornelius a Lapide, Faber, De Vega, Oswald, Newman -- 5. Tendencies towards carnal notions -- VIII. Emphasis on spiritual character of Eucharistic doctrine in Manning, Franzelin, Newman, Van Noorth, Hedley -- IX. "Liberal" movement of beginning of Century XX: Pourrat, Tixeront, Batiffol, Loisy, Quello che Vogliamo, Le Roy, Syllabus and Encyclical of Pope Pius X in 1907, Tyrrell -- X. Summary as to Roman Catholic theology from the Council of Trent to Century XX"@en ;
   schema:description "Vol. 1: -- Chapter I. The New Testament -- 1. Object -- an historical statement -- 2. Importance of this -- 3. Need of systematic grouping and scientific estimate of evidence -- I. Preliminary considerations -- 1. The person of Christ -- 2. Familiarity of idea of communion with God by means of a sacred meal to -- pagans -- Jews -- The disciples of Christ -- 3. Place of rite in New Testament -- II. The institution -- 1. New Testament accounts -- 2. Parallels in St. Justin martyr and St. Irenaeus -- 3. Doctrinal inferences -- III. Teaching of St. Paul -- IV. Epistle to the Hebrews -- V. Epistles of St. Peter -- VI. The Revelation and the First Epistle of St. John -- VII. The discourse at Capernaum -- VIII. Interpretation of passages -- IX. Summary as to New Testament -- Chapter II. The ante-Nicene church -- 1. Interest and importance of this period -- 2. Basis of teaching -- 3. Grouping of writers -- I. Teaching as to presence and gift -- 1. An undefined spiritual gift -- 2. The "symbols" of "figures" of the body and blood of Christ -- 3. The body and blood of Christ -- II. Teaching as to sacrifice -- 1. Repudiation of carnal sacrifices -- 2. Sacrificial character of Christian belief and life and worship -- 3. The Eucharist called a sacrifice -- 4. Use of Malachi i. 11 -- 5. Association with the sacrifice of the cross and with our Lord's risen and heavenly life -- 6. Priestly character of Christian community -- III. Summary"@en ;
   schema:description "Vol. 2: -- Chapter IX: The period of the Reformation: Part I -- Introduction: Characteristics of the Reformation period -- I. The new learning -- Colet -- Faber Stapulensis -- II. Luther -- III. Lutherans -- IV. Zwingli -- V. Bucer -- VI. Calvin and his followers -- VII. Erasmus, Cajetan -- VIII. Von Eck, Pighi, Catharinus, Teaching at Nuremberg and Luebeck, Steinly -- IX. Council of Cologne (1536), Archbishop Hermann, Antididagma -- X. Council of Trent, Tridentine catechism -- Chapter X: The period of the Reformation: Part II -- I. King Henry VIII., Bishop Fisher, Frith, Hewet, Convocation of Canterbury (1536), Ten articles, Bishops' book, Thirteen articles, Nicholson, Six articles, King's book, Rationale -- II. Cranmer, Convocation and Parliament (1547), Order of communion of 1548, Debate in the House of Lords (1548), Prayer Book of 1549, Prayer Book of 1552, Forty-two articles, Poynet's Catechism -- III. Gardiner -- IV. Scottish Provincial Council (1552), Hamilton's Catechism -- XI. The period of the Reformation: Part III -- Introduction: General aspect of reign of Mary -- I. Convocation of Canterbury (1553 and 1554), University of Cambridge, Pole -- II. Bonner, Fuller, Bayne, Sir John Cheke -- III. Tunstall, Watson -- IV. Cranmer, Ridley, Latimer, Woodman, Spurdance, Young -- Chapter XII: The period of the Reformation: Part IV -- Introduction: Accession of Elizabeth -- I. Guest, Convocation of Canterbury (1559), Scottish Provincial Council (1559), Hamilton's Godly exhortation -- II. Prayer Book of 1559, Feckenham, Scott, Declaration and Confession of 1559, Eleven articles, Thirty-eight articles, Thirty-nine articles, Guest, Homilies, Nowell's Catechism -- III. Gilpin, Saravia, Jewel, Grindal, Sandys, Becon -- IV. Hooker -- V. Summary of reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth"@en ;
   schema:description "Chapter V. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century; Part I -- Introduction: Differences of West from East -- I. Centuries VI.-VIII -- St. Gregory the Great, Isidore of Seville, St. Germain of Paris, Venerable Bede, Alcuin, Theoduf of Orleans -- II. Western liturgies, centuries VI.-VIII -- III. Amalarius of Metz, Florus of Lyons -- IV. Paschasius Radbert, Walafrid Strabo, Rabanus Maurus, Ratramn -- V. Hinemar of Rheims, Haymo of Halberstadt, Remi of Auxerre, Gerbert -- VI. Aelfric -- VII. Pope Nicolas I., Ratherius of Verona -- VI. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part II -- Introduction: Prevalent doctrine early in century XI -- I. Fulbert of Chartres -- II. The Berengarian controversy -- Berengar, lanfranc, Durand of Troarn, Witmund of Aversa, Eusebius Bruno, Councils at Rome, Brionne, Vercelli, Paris, Tours, Rouen, Poitiers, Saint Maixent, Bordeaux -- III. St. Peter Damien (?) -- IV. St. Anselm -- V. Odo of Cambrai, Ivo of Chartres, William of Champeux, Alger of Liege, Gregory of Bergamo -- VI. Hildebert of Tours, Honorius of Autun, Stephen of Autun, Otto of Bamberg (?) -- VII. Hugh of St. Victor, The mirror of the mysteries of the church, Robert Paululus, On the canon of the mystic libation -- VIII. Rupert of Deutz -- IX. Abelard, Abbaud, William of St. Thierry -- X. St. Bernard, Robert Pulleyn, Peter the Venerable -- XI. Peter Lombard -- XII. Peter of Poitiers, Pope Innocent III -- XIII. Fourth Lateran Council"@en ;
   schema:description "Chapter VII: Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part III -- Introduction: features of century XIII -- I. Alexander of Hales, William of Auvergne -- II. Albert the Great, St. Thomas Aquinas -- III. St. Bonaventura, Duns Scotus -- IV. Illustrations of doctrine from -- 1. Bull of Pope Urban IV on the feast of Corpus Christi -- 2. Hymns of St. Thomas Aquinas -- 3. Acts of reverence and adoration -- 4. The lay folks mass book, the Ancren Riwle -- 5. Belief in physical support from reception of sacrament -- 6. Durand of Mende -- Chapter VIII. Western theology from the sixth to the fifteenth century, Part IV -- Introduction: New views in centuries XIV-XV -- I. John of Paris, Durand of St. Pourcain, William of Ockham, John Wyclif, Lollards, Sir John Oldcastle, John Hus, Jerome of Prague, Peter d'Ailly, John Wessel -- II. University of Oxford in 1381, Council of London of 1382, Condemnation of Sawtry and Wyche, University of Oxford in 1412, Archbishop Arundel, Council of Constance, Thomas Netter, Council of Florence, Pope Eugenius IV -- III. Illustrations of doctrine from -- 1. Mother Juliana of Norwich -- 2. John Myrc -- 3. Thomas a Kempis -- 4. Landforde's Meditations -- IV. Further illustrations from -- 1. Hereford Missal -- 2. Customary of St. Augustine's, Canterbury -- 3. Sarum Missal and processional -- 4. York processional -- 5. Sarum cautels -- V. Gabriel Biel -- VI. York Guild of Corpus Christi -- VII. Summary of the period from the sixth to the fifteenth century."@en ;
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