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

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These persecutions were not upon the whole unfavourable to
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influence
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The original meaning of the word heresy is choice it passed from
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Theodotus was expelled from the Church of Rome while Victor
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continued to direct the Council It then issued some
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An inquiry into the miracle of the luminous cross it rests on very
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It was then dissolved as having done all that was necessary for
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P A
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The seven Catholic Epistles of the Bishop Dionysius
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Honorius abolished the gladiatorial games 1 16
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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 foundation of the Latin kingdom of Jerusalem and introduction
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Sixtus IV succeeded The circumstances of his dispute with Flo
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Pontificate of Gregory
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0ſ his claim to the title of Great and the mischief occasioned
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ll The principal cause of the schism of the Donalists was a disrespect
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published in its place
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Gregory VII required his subscription to a profession admitting
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But the Council of Francfort
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Victor Bishop of Rome addressed an order to the Asiatic Bishops
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The first appearances of corruption in the Church necessarily pro
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211 Th E p y g y
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PART III
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et seq On the deposition penance and temporary humiliation
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A controversy rose about the baptism of heretics in which Ste
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opinions ascribed to them
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Cluni 272 Yictor II succeeded on the recommendation of Hildebrand
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The Council of Rimini established Arianism or rather Semiari
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Henry advanced to Rome and after two repulses in two successive
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Decius prºtºniº constrain all his
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On the other hand the ecclesiastical compositions of those ages
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From Gregory VII to Innocent III
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The first Laleran ninth Latin General was held for the general
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He entered the lists in public disputation against Abelard at Sens
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He was a zealous supporter of Papal authority and adversary
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Gregory X suppressed several Mendicants and distributed the sect
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religious seclusion
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A Schism was the consequence
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He convoked the second Council of Lyons for that urpose and
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Hiſ Frederic diedin adversity having been virtually deposed by the sen
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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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fluence of the hierarchy 215
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c John Duns Scotus and William of Occam were Franciscans and
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SECTION I
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Section II
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The imputed opinions and savage persecution of Dulcinus
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cities and towns in Germany 1394 The University of Paris began to take serious measures for the heal 5189
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Alí The nature of the safeconduct in faith of which Huss presented
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The Council of Basle assembled
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Jan 10 After having been cited before the Council and con
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History of the Hussites
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July 5 The sentence passed on him his degradation and exe
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A project of Reformation was broached containing eighteen
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The principal parties there present the points chiefly debated
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A conference was agreed upon at Savona between the two parties
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The Council was removed to Florence and after great debates
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Tote on Socrates Sozomen Theodoret and other ecclesiastical
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Abuse of Images c On various Festivals and childish Dis
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On various Attempts to reform or subvert the Church
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fusal to sacrifice
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A general council was assembled at Vienne with three professed
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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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The successive penalties and disabilities by which Julian attacked
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