Full Lecture The End of Christendom, 1350-1492 The Plague, killing anywhere from 33-50% of Europe. In terms of population, Europe not recover until mid-seventeenth century. Especially hit the good clergy, as they were first to rush… Read More
From crazy atheists to equally crazy fundamentalists, many have proclaimed the Medieval period as “dark and superstitious.” They are either ignorant or evil (or, maybe both). This lecture, viewed through the lens of Romano Guardini’s thought on unity,… Read More
What makes the Medieval unlike the classical or modern worlds.
American Review of Dawson medieval religion
Source: Christopher Dawson, MEDIAEVAL CHRISTIANITY 25 (Studies in Comparative Religion, 1935). cd medieval christianity