Ch.6 Opening Ques - Kanwal Mirza Huma 1301 004 9-13-07...

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Kanwal Mirza Huma 1301 004 9-13-07 Chapter 6 Opening Questions What landmarks distinguished European Christendom in the so-called “age of faith”? Theocracy was an integral landmark of the Christendom era. No separation of church and state. (pg. 148) The establishment of the Inquisition by the pope. It was a court made to decimate heresy. Established law enforcement and trial by jury. (pg. 148) Christianity’s treatment of the idea of salvation through the sacraments. (pg. 149) Mystic literature such as by Hildegard in Scivias. Reflected current Christian emphasis on the supernatural. (pg. 149) Giovanni Bernardone (Francis of Assisi) renounced life of wealth and comfort. Emphasized simplicity and rejuvenated ideals of early Christianity. (pg. 151) Rise of towns. Gave rise to middle class and ultimately came to dominate western society. (pg. 151) Everyman , morality play. It was the most popular allegorical drama. (pg.152) Divine Comedy by Dante, an epic poem of the Age of Faith. (pg. 153)
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2008 for the course HUMA 1301 taught by Professor Holt during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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