Conciliarism And Heresy In Fifteenth Century England

Author: Alexander Russell
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107172276
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Conciliarism and Heresy in Fifteenth-Century England offers a fundamental reassessment of England's relationship with the general councils, revealing how political thought, heresy, and collective politics were connected.

The Church The Councils And Reform

Author: Gerald Christianson
Publisher: CUA Press
ISBN: 0813215277
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This is the first book in English to consider the lasting significance of the period from Constance to Trent (1414-1563) when several councils met to heal the Great Schism (1378) and reform the church.

The Conciliarist Tradition

Author: Francis Oakley
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191567280
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This book sets out to reconstruct the half-millennial history of that vanquished rival tradition.

After Arundel

Author: Vincent Gillespie
Publisher: Brepols Pub
ISBN: 9782503534022
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This book offers a portrait of late medieval English religious theory and praxis that complicates any attempt to present the period as either quivering in the post-traumatic stress of Lollardy, or basking in the autumn sunshine of an ...

Old And New In The Fifteenth Century

Author: Clyde Lee Miller
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Initially it was convened to deal with the problem of the Hussite heresy, but it
soon became embroiled in an increasingly polarized debate over the respective
powers of the pope and council. The debate ended with a break by ... the church
were influential in later debates on the same themes as they applied to the civil
governments of France, Spain, and especially seventeenth century England, it is
easy to understand the continuing interest in conciliarism. That interest began in
the late ...

The Development Of Literate Mentalities In East Central Europe

Author: Anna Adamska
Publisher: Brepols Pub
ISBN: 9782503514499
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As Robert Swanson has shown, it was the academic matrix that nurtured both
conciliar theory and conciliarists.60 It was not only in Western Europe, in the
great studia of England, France, and Italy, that Conciliarism developed in a
university context. Particularly at the fifteenth-century University of Cracow did
Conciliarism become a highly 54 On this element, see the fundamental study by
B. TIERNEY, Foundations of Conciliar Theory: The Contributions of the Medieval
Canonists from ...

Reform And Renewal In The Middle Ages And The Renaissance

Author: Louis B. Pascoe
Publisher: Brill Academic Pub
ISBN: 9789004113992
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fifteenth century. The conciliar movement it portrayed as a temporary (if
understandable) aberration spawned by the crisis and confusion of the Great
Schism and brought to an end in the 1440s by Eugenius IV s Final triumph over
the conciliarist onslaught at the Council of Basel (1431-1449). Pius H's bull
Execrabilis, which condemned appeals from the papal judgment to that of a
future general council, was viewed as having proscribed as early as 1460 the
ecclesiology on which the ...

A History Of Christian Thought Volume Ii

Author: Justo L. González
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 1426721919
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This gave rise to the Great Western Schism, which lasted well into the fifteenth
century (1378-1417). As a result, all of Western Europe was divided in its
allegiance to two—and sometimes three—different popes. As a way out of this
situation, and also as a way to combat heresy and promote reformation, the
conciliar movement gained momentum. The proponents of conciliarism were
mostly moderate reformers who claimed that a council representing the entire
church should have the ...

Popes Teachers And Canon Law In The Middle Ages

Author: James Ross Sweeney
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[i6] An English Conciliarist? Thomas Netter of Walden Kirk Stevan Sm1th "It has
long been incumbent upon Englishmen, especially upon us clergy, to restore and
unify the seamless garment of Christ. . . . yet we are said to have done little or
nothing, and the result is to diminish the conspicuous good name of England."1
So wrote the Canterbury cleric Henry Ware in the midst of the crisis affecting the
church at the beginning of the fifteenth century, the period known to church
historians ...

Acta Cent Mediev Early Renaiss Stud State Univ N Y Binghamt

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Initially it was convened to deal with the problem of the Hussite heresy, but it
soon became embroiled in an increasingly polarized debate over the respective
powers of the pope and council. The debate ... the fact that the constitutionalist
discussions in the church were influential in later debates on the same themes as
they applied to the civil governments of France, Spain, and especially
seventeenth century England, it is easy to understand the continuing interest in
conciliarism.