A History of the Church, from the Earliest Ages to the Reformation, Volume 1

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Baldwin & Cradock, 1833 - Church history - 738 pages
 

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Contents

Observations on the character of the early heresies and the man
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These persecutions were not upon the whole unfavourable to
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heresy
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The earliest fathers strongly opposed erroneous opinions yet per
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The two Apologies of Justin Mariyr and his dialogue with the
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continued to direct the Council It then issued some
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His designs may be classed under four heads
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The internal administration of the Church remained in the hands
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It was then dissolved as having done all that was necessary for
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The seven Catholic Epistles of the Bishop Dionysius
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Christianity was established by the Roman Senate
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Leo the Great was raised to the See of Rome zealous in the
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Justinian published the edict which closed the School of Athens
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The persecution at Rome by Nero is related by Tacitus with little
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The nature of the safe conduct in faith of which Huss presented
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The overthrow of Paganism contemporary with the Arian dissen
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A persecution in Gaul by Marcus Antoninus
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But the Council of Francfort
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SECTION IV
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PART III
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et seq On the deposition penance and temporary humiliation
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On the Opinions Literature Discipline and external
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A thousand Bishops administered the Eastern and eight hundred
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John XII introduced the custom of assuming a new name on ele
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Papal election was confided to the Cardinals by Nicholas II
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The civil wars were then renewed and three years afterwards
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sure of the Church
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PART IV
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St Louis confirmed the institution of the Inquisition in his domi
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The teachers of philosophy were instrumental in bringing Diocle
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the right of confirming them
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The principal cause of the schism of the Donatists was a disrespect
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Before the time of Constantine Christianity was deeply rooted
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Constantine published an edict in favour of divination
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course of his life about a hundred and sixty other monasteries
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He began to attack the temples and idols and generally condemned
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Some vague pretensions of Rome advanced and resisted
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society
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He convoked the second Council of Lyons for that urpose and
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Constantine presently published laws against various heretics
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Boniface published the bull Clericis Laicos against all who should
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The Monophysite opinions of Eutyches were confirmed in a Council
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The substance of the 29th canon of the Council of Chalcedon
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The contents of this Chapter are divided under three separate
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The name of transubstantiation was introduced into the vocabu
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The Norman Duke of Apulia received his territories as a fief
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Pope 303
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That Popes transactions with the German clergy
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SECTION II
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The imputed opinions and savage persecution of Dulcinus
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Clement established his residence at Avignon 1386 The cruelty of Urban towards some cardinals suspected of having 5156
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cond Jubilee in the year 1400 1406 Election of Angelo Corrario Gregory xii and his previously 5256
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June 15 A Committee of Reform was appointed for the considera
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History of the Hussites
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St Austin with forty Benedictines introduced Christianity into
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Their fruitless embassy to Basle and the four points in dispute
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History of the Greek Church after its Separation
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the inferior clergy 216
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The Council was removed to Florence and after great debates
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From the Council of Basle to the beginning
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Elevation and character of Innocent vill
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The general demoralization of the Roman Catholic Clergy
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A general council was assembled at Vienne with three professed
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The Cathari
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Berenger Scholastic at Tours published his opposition to
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the cooperation of the Jacobites the northern parts of Africa
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Leo the Isaurian attacked the worship of images established in
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Gratian published his famous collection of canon
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The successive penalties and disabilities by which Julian attacked
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Otho the Great after a long
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