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The other God : dualist religions from antiquity to the Cathar heresy

Author: Yuri Stoyanov
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, 2000.
Series: Yale Nota bene.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Yuri Stoyanov
ISBN: 0300082533 9780300082531
OCLC Number: 44406312
Notes: Rev. ed. of: Hidden tradition in Europe. 1994.
Description: xiii, 476 p. : maps ; 20 cm.
Contents: Chapter One: The Bridge of the Separator: Two Principles --
Two in One --
Enemy of the Gods --
Twin Spirits --
Spirit and Flesh --
Creator and Destroyer --
The Father of Light and Darkness --
The 'Anointed' and the 'King of Babylon' --
Creator and Accuser --
The Prince of Light and the Angel of Darkness. Chapter Two: The Time of Mixture --
Three Empires --
Syncretism in the East --
Mithras and Mediator --
Michael and Samael --
Demiurge and redeemer --
The Throne and the Altar --
The Prophet of Babylon --
The Father of Greatness and the Prince of Darkness --
The Diffusion of the 'Religion of Light' --
Heresiarch and Magus. Chapter Three: The Thread of the Great Heresy --
The Dualist Succession --
The Earth Diver and the Devil --
From the Steppes to the Balkans --
Kans and Emperors --
Paganism, Heresy and Christianity --
Rome, Constantinople and Theprice --
The Anniversary of Zoroaster --
The Descent of the 'Manichaean Darkness' --
The Riddle of Bogomil Beginnings --
The 'Time of Troubles' --
The Heresy in Anatolia --
The Three Principles of the Thracian Euchites --
The Crusades of Alexius Comnenus --
Trials in Constantinople --
Manuel Comnenus and Stefan Nemanja. Chapter Four: The Dualist communion --
Heresy in the West --
The Rise of Catharism --
The Council at St-Felix and the Dualist Churches --
The Schism --
Chapter Five: The Crusade Against Dualism --
Councils and Crusades --
Suppression and Resistance --
The Fall of Montsegur --
Rome and the Balkan Heresy --
The Decline of Catharism --
The Antipope --
The Bosnian Church and Ecclesia Sclavoniae --
The Hesychast Mystics and the Bogomils --
Heresy and Magic - East and West --
Heresy and Politics in Bosnia --
The Fate of Balkan Dualism. Chapter Six: Legends, Parables, and 'Secret Myths' --
Christ-Michael and Samael-Satan --
The Good God, the God of Evil and the Feminine --
Bethlehem and Capernaum --
Epilogue: The War of Labels.
Series Title: Yale Nota bene.
Responsibility: Yuri Stoyanov.

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