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Lecture 13, Wed., 10-20-10

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Lecture 13, Wed., 10-20-10 (continued from Monday’s lecture) Spielvogel, Chaper 7, pp. 183-188, 190-196, 201-210 (Germanic culture-previous outline) I. Development of the Christian Church A. Roman Papacy, instituted by Leo I (440-461) Petrine Doctrine Leo’s elevation of his office as Bishop of Rome was based on N.T. passage regarding St. Peter- papa “pope” Leo regarded himself as “heir” to St. Peter (martyred in Rome,Nero’s reign B. Scholarship: 1. St. Jerome (345-420) translated Old and New Testaments into Latin “Vulgate” edition of the Bible C. St. Augustine (354-430) Confessions and The City of God 1. focused on spiritual destiny 2. the City of God (heaven, perfection) is eternal 3. the city of the world –secular rulers preserved order 4. argued the Church held the keys to the kingdom of heaven & church is above state (Church/papacy- God’s representative on earth (Church was the guide to salvation). 5. change of outlook Classical Humanism of the Graeco- Roman world which stressed reason & individual talent is replaced with a
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