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Four medieval ways to God.

Anton Charles Pegis

Four medieval ways to God.

by Anton Charles Pegis

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Published by The Monist in LaSalle, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • God -- Proof, Ontological.

  • Edition Notes

    From: The Monist vol. 54, no. 3, 1970.

    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [317]-358.
    Number of Pages358
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16205478M

    In this volume, I shall largely confine my study of reason to medieval intel-lectual life as it developed within the universities. In emphasizing the curricu-lum of the medieval universities, I shall focus on the disciplines of natural philosophy, logic, and theology and their interrelations, which inevitably involved faith and reason. - The market for Christian medieval set novels is growing. Here are some of my favorites. See more ideas about Christian fiction, Novels, Christian books pins.

    How did the way in which those accused of crimes were treated begin to improve in the 12th century Beginning in the 12th century, court inquiries were used to determine a person's innocence or guilt. What were some games that were popular with children in medieval Europe? Scivias, an illustrated tome, was Hildegard of Bingen’s first, and perhaps the most famous of her s, (“Know the Ways”) describes 26 of Hildegard’s most vivid visions. The book deals with the interconnectivity of man in the universe; the concept that man represents a microcosm of the cosmic macrocosm, in other words, the belief that the universe exists simultaneously.

    Many of these medieval history books give detailed accounts of various groups of warriors and knights that were prominent, militarily, during medieval times, including general groupings of warriors like English knights or Norman knights, as well as including such famous knightly orders as the Knights Templar and the Knights Hospitaller. In keeping with the didactic purpose of such medieval tales, Dante’s otherworldly journey turns him, step by step, from his darkness and sin and back to the joyous, shining presence of God. At the end of the poem’s third book, Dante glimpses the blessed saints enjoying God in heaven.


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