General History of the Christian Religion and Church, Τόμος 4

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Crocker & Brewster, 1851

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Unsuccessful embassies of Innocent the Fourth
48
The Mongol empire in Persia
56
The monk Hermann on the treatment of the Jews False reports concern
71
The popes their protectors Innocent the Second and the Third Briefs
77
Principles of his conduct Old Testament position on which he stood
86
Lamaïsm in the main empire of China Report of Marco Polo who enjoyed
90
Different expectations from Gregorys government The story concerning
93
Lay investiture forbidden Gregorys proceedings towards Philip the First
102
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112
Continuance of the contest after Gregory Victor the Third Urban
123
Continued contests of Henry the Fifth Robert of Flanders stirred up
130
Gelasius the Second and the imperial pope Gregory the Eighth Attempt
139
Opposition of the laity to the secularized clergy Influence of the disputes
147
Eugene the Third Bernards letter to him Eugene in France sup
153
Continuation of the quarrels under Adrian the Fourth Letter of
161
Alexander the Third and the imperial pope Victor the Fourth
167
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169
Government of Innocent the Third an epoch in the history of the papacy
173
Celestin the Fourth Frederic the Seconds contests till his death with
183
Raymund Lulls threefold plan in his Disputatio His view of the crusades
190
Distinct Branches of the Papal Gorernment of the Church 197203
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203
Relation of the Mohammedans to Christianity during the Crusades Fran
204
Fulco of Neuilly his education and influence as a preacher of repentance
209
Prophetic Warnings against the Secularization of the Church 215232
215
Monachism and the tendency of the times Pious mothers and other
232
Yves of Chartres Raymund Lull and Peter of Cluny on the eremite
241
Attempts to translate the Bible in Germany and France Biblereading
257
strict mode of life Carmelites founded by Berthold
264
Conversion of Francis His religious bent Idea of the evangelical poverty
276
Influence of the mendicant friars in the University of Paris Checked
283
Defence of the mendicant monks by Bonaventura and Thomas Fate
293
Resistance to the secularization of the religious life Pious societies of
303
William of St Thierry brings a complaint against Abelard before Gottfried
393
Import of the controversy between Abelard and Bernard Hugo of
400
Robert Pullein his bent akin to that of Hugo a St Victore Made
408
Salutary influence of the Victorines at Paris Jacob of Vitry complains
413
Difference of the effects produced by the Aristotelian philosophy in
419
William of Paris Roger Bacon Persecutions which he suffered
427
Monistic view of the world occasioned by the work De divisione naturae
445
Determination of the idea of almighty power by the theologians of
452
Controversies on the trinity growing out of opposite theories respecting
461
Foreknowledge and predestination Liberty of the creature sacrificed
474
Connection of the scholastic anthropology with that of Augustin particu
485
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487
Doctrine of redemption Neglect of this doctrine in the earlier times
497
Unconditional significance of the active satisfaction in this theory while
500
Resumption of a point of view which had been lost sight of ever since
507
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512
Thomas Aquinas apprehends justification as an infusion of grace forgive
517
The two main antithetic directions of the thirteenth century The more
518
Contradictions in Thomas Aquinass system of ethics flowing from the com
524
Eustathius archbishop of Thessalonica author of the Commentary
530
Norbert founder of the Premonstratensians His miracles Education
536
The Bogomiles Their connection with the older Greek sects Bulgarian
552
Attempts to suppress them Constantine Chrysomalos they are condemned
561
Doctrine of the Catharists of the milder class Refer evil to an apos
572
Ascetic system of morals Credentes perfecti and auditores
579
The Pasagians Disappearance of the dualistic element in the later sects
594
Universality of the reformatory movement The Waldenses Romance
604
Ideas of Joachim among the Franciscans Evangelium aeternum John
617
Extreme point of realistic externalization Thomas Aquinas Inquiries
618
Violent proceedings of the church against the sects Inquisitions Cru
639
Real and nominal Index
645
Relative dependence of the bishops The form of oath taken by them
646
Passages from Ancient Authors 651

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Σελίδα 196 - Moses' seat : all therefore whatsoever they bid you observe, that observe and do ; but do not ye after their works : for they say, and do not.
Σελίδα 260 - And said unto the woman, Now we believe, not because of thy saying : for we have heard him ourselves, and know that this is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the world.
Σελίδα 214 - Yet in the church I had rather speak five words with my understanding, that by my voice I might teach others also, than ten thousand words in an unknown tongue.
Σελίδα 262 - Wherefore henceforth know we no man after the flesh ; yea though we have known Christ after the flesh, yet now henceforth know we him no more.
Σελίδα 540 - Paul ; another, I am of Apollos ; another, I am of Cephas ; another, I am of Christ, but let us all call ourselves of Christ, as we are all called Christians." Here, too, the rending of the unity of the church was attributed to the extortions and oppressive measures of the church of Rome : " From being a mother, she had turned into a step-mother ; unmindful of the words of our Lord, that he who humbleth himself shall be exalted, she trampled most under foot those who humbled themselves the most before...
Σελίδα 391 - Who does not see how impertinent it is for one man to set himself up as judge over the sense and understanding of another, when it is to God alone that the hearts and thoughts of all men lie open ; and when he warns us against this arrogant presumption, saying, ' Judge not, that ye be not judged ' ? And the apostle says : ' Judge nothing before the time, till the Lord come, who shall bring to light the hidden things of darkness, and make known the secrets of the heart.'1 As if he had plainly said...
Σελίδα 323 - And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.
Σελίδα 338 - Scripture expression : but they do not consider the presence of the body and blood of Christ with the bread and wine...
Σελίδα 251 - I have this day set thee over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out and to pull down, to build and to plant.

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