A History Of The Inquistion Of The Middle Ages, Volume III [NOOK Book]

A History Of The Inquistion Of The Middle Ages, Volume III

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Dissensions in the Franciscan Order from Elias to John of Parma 1

Joachim of Flora.--His Reputation as a Prophet 10

His Apocalyptic Speculations as to the Third Era 14

Adopted by the Spiritual Franciscans 18

The Everlasting Gospel.--Its Condemnation 20

The Spirituals Compromised.--John of Parma Removed 23

Persistence of the Joachites 25

Increasing Strife over Poverty 27

Bull _Exiit qui seminat_ 30

Persecution of Italian Spirituals 32

The French Spirituals.--Jean Pierre Olivi 42

Arnaldo de Vilanova 52

Disputation before Clement V.--Decision of Council of Vienne 57

Renewed Persecution of the Spirituals 61

Commencement of Rebellion.--Dissensions among Them 62

Election of John XXII.--His Character 66

He Enforces Obedience and Creates a Heresy 69

Bloody Persecution of the Olivists 73

They Form a New Church 79

Their Fanaticism.--Naprous Boneta 81

Suppression of the Sect.--Its Career in Aragon 84

Jean de la Rochetaillade.--Remains of Joachitism 86


Incarnation of Holy Ghost in Guglielma 90

The Guglielmites Form a New Church 94

Prosecuted by the Inquisition 98

Fate of the Sectaries 100

The Order of Apostles.--Spiritual Tendencies 103

Gherardo Segarelli.--Burned in 1300 104

Dolcino Assumes the Leadership 109

His Open Revolt.--Suppressed after Four Crusades 113

Continuance and Character of the Heresy 120


Question Raised as to the Poverty of Christ 129

Reaction against the Holiness of Poverty 130

Doctrine of the Poverty of Christ Declared a Heresy 134

It Complicates the Quarrel with Louis of Bavaria 135

Marsiglio of Padua and William of Ockham 139

Gradual Estrangement of the Franciscans 142

Louis Deposes John XXII. as a Heretic 145

Michele da Cesena Revolts 147

Utility of the Inquisition.--Submission of the Antipope 149

Struggle in Germany.--The Franciscans Support Louis 153

Louis gradually Gains Strength.--His Death 156

Dissident Franciscans Known as Fraticelli 158

Sympathy for them under Persecution 160

Their Tenets 162

Fraticelli in France and Spain 167

Orthodox Ascetism.--Jesuats.--Observantines 171

The Observantines Replace and Suppress the Fraticelli 174


Denial of Papal Claims Pronounced Heresy 181

The Stedingers.--Tithes Enforced by Crusades 182

Crusades to Support Italian Interests of Papacy 189

Importance of Inquisition as a Political Agency 190

Advantage of the Charge of Heresy 191

Manfred of Naples.--The Colonnas.--Ferrara 193

John XXII. and the Visconti 196

Cola di Rienzo.--The Maffredi 203
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  • BN ID: 2940014396790
  • Publisher: SAP
  • Publication date: 5/6/2012
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