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hagar/hagara
Muhammad escaped from one city to another
scribes
public clerk or secretary, especially in ancient times
pharisees
member of ancient Jewish sect who interperted and observed Mosaic Law... written and oral
parousia
second coming and reappearance of christ
catechesis
instruction given to potential converts
catechumen
converts receiving instruction
eschaton
end of the world, end of time, climax in history
Greek for 'last'
eschatological
end of world to come soon
metanoia
spiritual conversaion
greek for 'change one's mind or spirit'
proselytizing
induce someone to convert to own religious faith
anathema
ban, curse, excommunication: not allowed
extant
still in existence
ecclesia
faith comunity, church
domine, quo vadis
"Lord where are you going?"
mametrine prision
perpetua, her brother, felicitia were held
Christian
follower of Jesus Christ
Sect
small group from a larger religious denomination
Diocletian
emperor of Rome (284-305). divided emperor into east and west. wanted to revive old religion of Rome and led to major persectuon of Christians in 303.
Donatists
traitors...followers of christian prosecution
pax deorum
desire for peace
arian
doctrines of Arius, denying that Jes was of the same substance of God and holding instead that he was only the highest of created beings
Nycia
Asia, where constatine traveled to create new empire... it was in east where much of this was going on, and it was away from other places
rhetoric
study of language and literature (Augustine)
Monasticism
for of religious life; usually conducted in a community under a common rule and characterized by celibacy, poverty and obdience
civitas dei
city of god
circumcellions
radicals, terrorists
Del Laudis
donatists saying:
God be praised
Civitas Terrena
Earthly City
Heretic
Person who holds controversy, specailly over dogma of Roman Catholic Church
per molestias erudito
education by inconvience
orthopraxy
learning by doing
platonism
reality taht world is imperfect: body/ spirit and that idea is divine (Neo-platonism)
schismatic
formal rupture within christian church
nursia
benedict was born
subiaco
benedict met monk and lived in cave for three years
monte cassino
st. monastery on top
obidence, stability, conversatilo morium
to christ, preserve utnil death, daily life along fidelity (all rules of monks)
rev et sacerdos
divine rights of kings
ottonian goverment
established by germans,d epended on the church to govern it
Cluny
defended and helped pope gregory... large monastary with around 2,000 monastaries under its control
simony
selling of church property without church conset for profit
fief
land
feudalism
based on the holding of all land in fief or fee; resulting relation of lord to vassal and charactized by homage, legal and miliatry service of tenants, and forfeiture
Lord
a man of high rank in feudal society or in one that retains feudal forms and institations
Stocisim
personal agony, detachment within oneself
magic
Luscious was turned into a donkey.
30 AD
Jesus died
50 AD
First Century
66 AD
Jews fight Rome
70 AD
Rome destroys Israel and Jerusalem
100
Diaporsa: Jews leave homeland
202
Conversion to christianity went under harsh punishment
234-285
crisis of third century: military and economic threats
260-302
Peace of Church
306-337
Life of Constatine (Babtized at death (Confessional))
312
Battle of Milvian Bridge: Constatine defeats Maximietus
313
Edict of Milan: officially ended christian presectuion and pagan symbols disapeared
354-430
Life of Augustine
372
Augustine reads Hortensius (then comes machineasim)
387
Augustine Baptized in Milan
395
elected bishop of Hippo Regius
397-401
Augustine writes confessions
4th century
rise of monasticism
476
las emperor of rome, rome eventually falls
480-547
5th century: life of Benedict
700-800
rise of islam
794
Charles ruled that monsteries have to follow Benedict
910
Cluny Reform
1000
Crusades
1066
France conquered England
1073-1085
Pope Gregory
1075
Ban of Lay Investitures
1214-1270
King Louis IV
1244
Louis gets ill, instructs son with letter of discriptions and steps
1248-1254
7th crusade
1270-
8th crusade
50-60 CE
didcahe is written and aknowldged
70 CE
Gospel of Mark