'You Shall Surely Not Die'

'You Shall Surely Not Die'

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The period 800-1200 saw many changes in attitude towards death, sin and salvation. Visual sources can provide a valuable complement to written sources, often modifying or adding another dimension to what scholars and theologians expressed in words. Taking miniatures showing the Fall of Man and those with personifications of death, this study looks at the ideas they express and the relationship between them. It examines both the general tendencies and specific manuscripts, relating them to their contexts and to the writings of the time. This book shows the shifts in ideas as to what constitutes sin, the merging of eschatological death with sin and a new emphasis on physical death, thereby giving new insights into medieval thought and culture.This arose in the 1170s, and writing some 150 years later Bernard Gui in his Inquistora#39;s Manual said:64 The principal heresy, then, of the ... However, various incidents in the period 1160a€“1180 increased the alarm felt by both the Church and civil authorities. The first ... Dei enim minister ille est, vindex in iram ei qui male agit.

Title:'You Shall Surely Not Die'
Author: Jill Bradley
Publisher:BRILL - 2008

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