By Williston Walker, Richard A. Norris, David W. Lotz, Robert T. Handy
Seeing that booklet of the 1st variation in 1918, A heritage of the Christian Church via Williston Walker has loved notable luck and popularity as a vintage within the box. Written by way of an eminent theologian, it combines in its narrative a unprecedented mixture of readability, team spirit, and stability. In mild of important advances in scholarship lately, large revisions were made to this fourth version. 3 students from Union Theological Seminary in long island have included new historic discoveries and supplied clean interpretations of assorted sessions in church historical past from the 1st century to the 20 th. the result's a completely up to date heritage which preserves the tenor and constitution of Walker's unique, unheard of textual content.
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As he remembered it later, it all happened suddenly (some scholars think in the winter of 1512-1513) in the tower room of the Augustinian friary at Wittenberg where he lived, perhaps while he was writing notes for his lectures on the Psalms (which scholars redis covered only a half-century ago). Here is his own account, written in 1545, of his attempt to probe St. " . . Thereupon I felt as if I had been born again and had entered Paradise through wide-open gates. Immediately the whole of Scripture took on a new meaning for me.
But hatred and jealousy of the mercan tile success of the Jews and the agricultural ability of the Moors were widespread among the middle classes and even among the nobility, and the new policy of persecuting all those not of "pure blood"-meaning Christian ancestry was overwhelmingly popular. In 1480 the Spanish Inquisition was set up; in 1492 the Jews were told to become Christians or get out; in 1502 the Moors (or Moslems) were told the same. In both cases it was made difficult to leave the country, and even conversion proved to be no protection against further persecution.
There were reformers at the Vatican, but they were helpless because any real reform which was proposed had the effect of cutting down the papal revenues, and this promptly sent panic through the host of officials and hangers-on who made up the cumbrous machinery of papal government. The Sacred and the Secular: Indulgences This brings us to the heart of the problem of the condition of the church. The papacy of the early sixteenth century was only one step ahead of bankruptcy a good deal of the European Worid about 1500 39 time.
A History of the Christian Church (4th Edition) by Williston Walker, Richard A. Norris, David W. Lotz, Robert T. Handy