Europe and the Faith

''Sine auctoritate nulla vita''

Author: Hilaire Belloc
Published: 1920
Language: English
Wordcount: 68,315 / 207 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 63.5
LoC Category: BL
Downloads: 1,260
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Origin: gutenberg.org
Genres: Religion, History
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ld by these Protestant writers? Why does it not make sense?"

The story is briefly this: A certain prelate, the Primate of England at the time, was asked to admit certain changes in the status of the clergy. The chief of these changes was that men attached to the Church in any way even by minor orders (not necessarily priests) should, if they committed a crime amenable to temporal jurisdiction, be brought before the ordinary courts of the country instead of left, as they had been for centuries, to their own courts. The claim was, at the time, a novel one. The Primate of England resisted that claim. In connection with his resistance he was subjected to many indignities, many things outrageous to custom were done against him; but the Pope doubted whether his resistance was justified, and he was finally reconciled with the civil authority. On returning to his See at Canterbury he became at once the author of further action and the subject of further outrage, and within a short time he was murdered by his e

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This book is the most concise and most cogent work I know regarding the history of Europe - what is important - European history as a whole. Bellocīs greatest merit is the wise, extraordinary, well, >Bellocian


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