The Byzantine Lists: Errors of the Latins

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University of Illinois Press, 2000 - 230 pagini
"The lists were written by Byzantines who believed that western Christians had fallen into heresy and impiety. Systematically addressing each fault enumerated in the lists - including the Filioque, fasting on the Sabbath, prohibiting clerical marriage, eating unclean food, and crossing themselves the wrong way - Kolbaba traces the likely explanations of the differences in custom and ritual between eastern and western Christians."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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Tia Kolbaba has written a fairly short, but very informative work regarding attitudes of the Greek Christians toward Latins. Beginning in the 11th century many Greek Religious authors composed lists ... Citiți recenzia completă

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Heresy and Culture Society and Religion
1
Greeks Latins and Religion in the Middle Ages
9
The Lists Their Authors and Their Audience
23
Contents
32
The Problem with Distinctions
88
The Lists Liturgy Symbols and Byzantine Religion
102
The Lists Byzantine ldeals and Byzantine Reality
124
Unclean Food in the Lists
145
Heresy and Culture Society and Religion
163
APPEND1XES
173
Some Biographical Notes about Authors
184
Paraphrase of ltems in Published Versions of Dialogue
205
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