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The medieval church.

Author: Roland H Bainton
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [©1962]
Series: Anvil original.
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Examines the role of the Christian Church in the formation of Western civilization, tracing institutional developments as well as the religious and intellectual life during the period 400-1500 A.D.A history of the medieval Church that combines both source material and narrative. Within each discussion, the author refers the reader to pertinent documentary readings, included for reference and analysis. Most of these  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Roland H Bainton
ISBN: 0442000642 9780442000646
OCLC Number: 372227
Description: 192 pages 19 cm.
Contents: Monks, popes and barbarians --
Conversion of the European heartland --
The church and the kingdom of the Franks --
The two swords --
Deus vult --
The peak of the papacy --
The faith --
Realignments --
The church and the renaissance --
Premonitions of reform --
The early Middle Ages --
The conversion of Europe --
The church and the civil rulers --
The upsurge of the church --
The renaissance of the twelfth century --
The peak of the papacy --
The faith --
Realignments --
Changing views on religion and the church --
Renaissance religion and premonitions of reform.
Series Title: Anvil original.

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Examines the role of the Christian Church in the formation of Western civilization, tracing institutional developments as well as the religious and intellectual life during the period 400-1500 A.D.A history of the medieval Church that combines both source material and narrative. Within each discussion, the author refers the reader to pertinent documentary readings, included for reference and analysis. Most of these documents have been freshly translated by the author, and many of their passages are little known though highly characteristic of the period. Significant biographical details and anecdotes are interspersed throughout the essay.

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