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Response 4 - Kilie Rainey 3/31/2011 Film Response: The...

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Kilie Rainey 3/31/2011 Film Response: “The Dark Ages” The Dark Ages In class on March 31, 2011 a film produced by the History Channel was viewed called “The Dark Ages.” The films title portrays exactly what the movie showed, and that was the “Dark Ages” in its truest form. In the film the life of a religious educator was highlighted. His name was Benedict who was a religious leader. During the “Dark Ages,” monasteries and religious belief brought comfort to the people of these times. Benedict was a powerful educated monk, which was uncommon. He started his own chain of monasteries after facing death two times. His practice and belief that he taught allowed people to eliminate will that caused you to sin. His monasteries became refuges to people in the “Dark Ages” and became an important part of the influence in Europe. Call me a weak person, but I cannot imagine living my life in the “Dark Ages.” The world today is already such a dark and dreary place, and I find it hard to submit
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course HIST 201 taught by Professor Sabey during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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Response 4 - Kilie Rainey 3/31/2011 Film Response: The...

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