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Creativity and Churches Thought questions To what extent was the medieval church the  promoter of creativity? To what extent was the medieval church the  inhibitor of creativity?
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Church and Nations With the rise of nations, the church lost some political power to the kings The church was often still stronger than the kings but clearly there were rivalries What did the church do to win the hearts and minds of the people during the period when nations were rising (from 1000AD)?
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Religious Life at the Millennium 1000 AD “And I saw an angel come down from heaven  have the key of the bottomless pit and a great  chain in his hand.  And he laid hold on the  dragon…which is the Devil…and bound him a  thousand years…and after that he must be  loosed a little season.” Rev.20: 1-3 Christians believed that the 1000 years  began with the birth of Christ and  therefore they reassessed personal life  and goals
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Personal Reform and Pilgrimages Pilgrimages World safer for travel Identified and protected by  clothes Purposes Draw close to God Fulfill a promise or obligation Share in grace Obtain a cure Adventure 
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Pilgrimages Major pilgrimage  locations Santiago de  Campostela Canterbury Jerusalem Location of  miraculous cures Location of visions
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Church Reform 1000 - 1300 AD Corruption Councils to reform method of  selecting pope and other abuses College of Cardinals created and  empowered with selection of pope Rules of chastity restated Church authorities still focused on  wealth and political position Most bishops appointed from 
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course MFG 201 taught by Professor Terry,r during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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