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

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Baldwin & Cradock, 1833 - 738 pagina's
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These persecutions were not upon the whole unfavourable to
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The encroachments of ecclesiastical on civil authority were
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The original meaning of the word heresy is choice it passed from
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His endeavours to reform Paganism were directed to three points
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PART II
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The internal administration of the Church remained in the hands
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Constantius encouraged Arianism in the East
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Ignatius the second Bishop suffered martyrdom in the persecution
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Christianity was established by the Roman Senate
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Justinian published the edict which closed the School of Athens
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But Julius in defence was obliged to convoke the Fifth Lateran
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He encouraged the use and prohibited the worship of images
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Pope Martin was carried away to Constantinople and died in exile
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The seven Catholic Epistles of the Bishop Dionysius
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condemned by the Council of Carthage and persecuted Great
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A persecution in Gaul by Marcus Antoninus
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The first appearances of corruption in the Church necessarily pro
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excommunicated each other
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The attempt was repeated by Innocent IV and other Pontiffs with
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Theodotus was expelled from the Church of Rome while Victor
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A great number of Pagan ceremonies found their way into
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SECTION IV
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The Councils of AixlaChapelle and 794 Frankfort assembled
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On the increase of power and privilege conferred on the higher
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On the Opinions Literature Discipline and external
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Vaudois or Waldenses were of earlier and immemorial origin
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John XII introduced the custom of assuming a new name on ele
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Paul of Samosata was deposed and removed by Aurelian
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Papal election was confided to the Cardinals by Nicholas 11
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Henry advanced to Rome and after two repulses in two successive
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This right was the creation of a new power not an usurpation
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continued to direct the Council It then issued some
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FROM GREGORY VII TO BONIFACE VIII
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Some remarks on the arrangement thus adopted 1123 The first Lateran ninth Latin General was held for the general 3089
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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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Various instances of the persons and causes which had been
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Many imagined that the ceremony of coronation by the Pope
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Albigeois or Albigenses was the common name for the various
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A system of inquisition was permanently established at Toulouse
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The Council of Rimini established Arianism or rather Semiari
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A thousand Bishops administered the Eastern and eight hundred
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et seq Many flying from the persecutions of Decius and Dio
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Valens persecuted the Catholics throughout the East
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Ambrose raised by the people to the See of Milan he was not then
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Priscillian was condemned on the charge of Manicheism by the Coun
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The Council General of Constantinople established the divinity
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Reformation in the faith of the Church only meant extirpation
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The confusion of the military and ecclesiastical characters
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Jovinian was condemned by a Council held by Ambrose at Milan
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Boniface published the bull Clericis Laicos against all who should
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Leo the Great was raised to the See of Rome zealous in the
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The Monophysite opinions of Eutyches were confirmed in à Council
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The substance of the 29th canon of the Council of Chalcedon
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Berenger Scholastic at Tours published his opposition to
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The first institution of Cænobites is attributed to St Anthony
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Pierre de Bruys originated the sect of Petrobrussians who rejected
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The Norman Duke of Apulia received his territories as a fief
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insufficient attempts were made to restrain them 1315 John XXII was chiefly characterized by his avarice he extended
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Zeno published his Henoticon or Edict of Union
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but with no great effect 1343 Clement VI published a bull to institute ihe Jubilee on the fiftieth
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Constantine instructed the magistrates to execute the episcopal
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SECTION II
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The imputed opinions and savage persecution of Dulcinus
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The cruelty of Urban towards some cardinals suspected of having
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et seq Justinian sustained the Catholics
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Those metaphysical controversies which exercised only the wit
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The University of Paris began to take serious measures for the heal
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A decree for the Decennial Meetings of General Councils was pro
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cond Jubilee in the year 1400 1406 Election of Angelo Corrario Gregory xir and his previously 5256
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The Council of Basle assembled
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History of the Hussites
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The Council of Toledo extirpated Arianism from Spain and
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July 6 The sentence passed on him his degradation and exe
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St Austin with forty Benedictines introduced Christianity into
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The compact of Iglau between Sigismond and the Hussites
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The Council was removed to Florence and after great debates
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Heraclius proposed the question of the single
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From the Council of Basle to the beginning
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On the vacancy of the See the question rose whether the election
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Æneas Sylvius after having been engaged in the service both of
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Sixtus IV succeeded The circumstances of his dispute with Flo
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He bestowed the newlydiscovered regions on the Crown of Spain
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It was then dissolved as having done all that was necessary for
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His various legislative attempts to extend the civilization of
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The practice of prohibiting the general use of the Bible was of very
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The numerous establishments and moderate discipline of the Cæno
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the cooperation of the Jacobites the northern parts of Africa
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was distinguished by his learning and several excellent
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Leo the Isaurian attacked the worship of images established in
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Constantine presently published laws against various heretics
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