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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • to trespass upon a place denied man by the teaching of the Church Fathers.
    • a time of architectural development, which included many beautiful churches
    • administrative work in the service of the Church and of his Order was
    • later he preached in a Cologne church in defense of his ideas, and said that
    • Eckhart's teachings as contrary to church dogma. But Eckhart was no longer
    • in Germany, for despite the papal ban, church services continued in some
    • of the Inquisition, he said, “While the Church can refuse us the sacrament
    • the church, suffering the desolation wrought by food and famine, sword and
    • from the Gospels he branched out into the Church Fathers, dipped deep into
    • his parents decided he should study for the Church, and his preparatory
    • him to the service of God. The uncle, who was a Canon of the Church of Saint
    • into the church. As he did so, he saw that a visiting missionary priest had
    • moment of his death, the bells of the churches in neighboring villages began
    • vexing problems of the time, the reunion of the churches of East and West.
    • moment in the relations between Germany and the Church of Rome.
    • church was firmly rebound to Rome, Nicolas of Cusa was raised to the rank of
    • reform of conditions within the German church. The clergy in Germany who had
    • church in Wittenberg, and the German Reformation became a fact.
    • Nicolas of Cusa died, renowned as a distinguished prince of the Church, and
    • supposed the world to be infinite, and the Church has never condemned them
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  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • dominant philosophy in the scholarly life of the Church of the Middle Ages,
    • Christianity, at the time of the Fathers of the Church, we see how the
    • by saying: They were inspired by the content of the teachings of the Church,
    • making a complete break with the faith of the Church, which found its
    • out of the Church. Therefore we understand the Cardinal best if we complete
    • world, about Christ and the Church in one fundamental idea, but of them all none
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • creation of the teachers of the Church is only an idealized human creating.
    • the holy Church.”
    • (that of the Church). For Gerson mysticism was nothing but one's having a
  • Title: Chapter: Giordano Bruno and Angelus Silesius
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    • Catholic church made to atone for his advanced ideas with death. It was an
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • of the Christian church as he assumed such an agreement for Thomas. Eckhart
    • the Gospel if the authority of the Catholic church did not move me to do
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • the inner life, in contrast to the church dogma with its attachment to an
    • Church. This leads him to investigate the foundations of all cognition. Man
    • into regarding the church creed, in which he had been educated, as this rebirth,

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