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Author Bysted, Ane
Title The Crusade Indulgence : Spiritual Rewards and the Theology of the Crusades, C. 1095-1216
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2014
©2015
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (329 pages)
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Series History of Warfare Ser. ; v.103
History of Warfare Ser
Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 -- Introduction -- 1.1 Definition of Indulgences -- 1.1.1 Problems Related to Confessional Disputes -- 1.2 Historiography of the Crusade Indulgences -- 1.2.1 The Historiography Within the History of Theology and Doctrine -- 1.2.2 The 'Gottlob Thesis' and the Transcendental Effect -- 1.2.3 The Historiography Within Histories of the Crusades -- 1.2.4 Conclusions -- Chapter 2 -- Origins -- 2.1 The Reward Granted at Clermont 1095 -- 2.2 Spiritual Rewards for Warriors Before the First Crusade -- 2.3 Pope Urban II and the Spiritual Merit for the First Crusade -- Letters before Clermont -- Letters after Clermont -- Chapter 3 -- Theological Development -- 3.1 The Indulgences in the Eleventh Century -- 3.1.1 The Emergence of Indulgences -- 3.1.2 The Penitential Discipline -- 3.1.3 The Meaning of Penances in the Late Eleventh Century -- 3.1.4 Conclusions -- 3.2 The Theology of Indulgences -- 3.2.1 Twelfth-century Theology on Penances -- 3.2.2 The Discussion Begins: Peter Abelard -- 3.2.3 The Theology of Indulgences Until c. 1230 -- 1) The Recipient of Indulgences -- 2) Proper Compensation -- 3) The Issuer of Indulgences -- Conclusion -- 3.2.4 The Fourth Lateran Council 1215 -- 3.2.5 The Treasury of Merit -- 3.2.6 The Theologians on the Crusade Indulgences -- 3.2.7 The Theologian Crusaders -- 3.2.8 Conclusions -- Chapter 4 -- Institutional Development -- 4.1 The Crusade Indulgence as a Privilege -- 4.2 The Development of the Spiritual Privilege -- 4.2.1 The Formation of the Formula -- 4.2.2 The Significance of the Various Formulas -- 4.2.2.1 Remissions of Sins -- In Remissionem Peccatorum Injungimus and Remissio Peccatorum -- The Employment of the Formulas of Remissions of Sins -- Conclusion -- 4.2.2.2 Remissions of Penances -- Poenitentia Reputetur -- Poenitentiam Dimittimus
Poenitentiarum Remissionem -- Poenitentiarum Indulgentiam/Indulgemus -- Poenitentia Relaxamus -- Satisfactionem Relaxamus -- Conclusion -- 4.2.3 Summary of the Significance of the Various Formulas -- 4.2.4 The Warrant of the Effect -- 4.2.5 Conclusions -- Chapter 5 -- Earning Merit -- 5.1 Defence of Christ and Christendom -- 5.1.1 Theories of Just War -- 5.1.2 The Fifth Commandment -- 5.2 Service of Christ and Imitation of Christ -- 5.3 From Sacrificium Acceptabile to Tempus Acceptabile -- 5.4 Conclusions -- Chapter 6 -- Proclaiming the Message -- 6.1 Preachers and Sermons -- 6.2 Conclusions -- Chapter 7 -- Conclusions -- Appendix 1 -- Appendix 2 -- Bibliography -- Index
In The Crusade Indulgence. Spiritual Rewards and the Theology of the Crusades, c. 1095-1216 Ane L. Bysted discusses the theological and institutional development of indulgences from the proclamation of the First Crusade to Pope Innocent III
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Link Print version: Bysted, Ane The Crusade Indulgence : Spiritual Rewards and the Theology of the Crusades, C. 1095-1216 Leiden : BRILL,c2014 9789004280434
Subject Crusades.;Crusade bulls
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