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Barbarians Attack!

Vikings (from the North). Hungarians (East), Arabs (South)

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Charlemagne's son

Louis the Pious - his three Sons divide the kingdom

3

Filioque

Born in Spain, debated once again in this century

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Germanization of the Church

Church takes on Feudal from

5

Papal Autonomy

Papal states grow through donations

6

Iconoclasm

"2nd iconoclasm" - Byzantine emperor blames fall to muslims on icons.

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Eucharist (main theological theme of the century)

Two main lines of thought: 1.) realistic (Ambrose, Isidore) 2.) spiritual (Augustine)

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Predestination

Monk Godescalc at Fulda - influenced by polemical texts of Augustine on Grace.

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monk Paschasius Radbertus of Corbie

De Corpore et Sanguine Domini ~ 833 AD - accidents of bread and wine have no real existence - overly realistic - - almost
cannibalism

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Rabbanus Maurus

Abbott of Fulda, Wrote the Veni Sancte Spiritus, disciple of Alcuin, priestly formation, involved in Eucharist debates

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Amalarius of Metz (died 850)

De ecclesiasticis officiis - allegorical exaggerations of the Mass

12

John Scotus Eriugena (+877)

Works: De Praedestinatione, De divisione naturae, (also translator of Nyssa, Origen)

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Condemned pantheist, stabbed to death by his students

John Scotus Eriugena

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Walafrid Strabo (†849AD)

a disciple of Rabbanus Maurus, works: Glossa Ordinaria

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Germanization of the Church:

Church structure takes on feudal form; hierarchy emphasized; birth of Canon Law from Old Roman Law and Germanic common law

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– Sacralization of the Emperor:

Emperor and pope have divine mandate to secure the temporal and spiritual happiness of the people

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theological questions around iconoclasm...

does the Mosaic Law still apply to graven images? Can any image truly represent Jesus' humanity and divinity without distorting one? Are icons a reversion to paganism?

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introduced Greek thought into the West

John Scotus Eriugena (+877)