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Saints Sinners

Author : Eamon Duffy
ISBN : 0300115970
Genre : Religion
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This abundantly illustrated book encompasses the extraordinary history of the papacy, from its beginnings nearly 2,000 years ago to the reign of Pope John Paul II. 208 illustrations, 162 in color.

Saints Sinners

Author : Eamon Duffy
ISBN : 0300073321
Genre : Religion
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Traces the history of the Papacy from its development after the execution of Peter to the reign of Pope John Paul II

Ten Popes Who Shook The World

Author : Eamon Duffy
ISBN : 9780300184273
Genre : RELIGION
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The Bishops of Rome have been Christianity's most powerful leaders for nearly two millennia, and their influence has extended far beyond the purely spiritual. The popes have played a central role in the history of Europe and the wider world, not only shouldering the spiritual burdens of their ancient office, but also in contending with - and sometimes precipitating - the cultural and political crises of their times. In an acclaimed series of BBC radio broadcasts Eamon Duffy explored the impact of ten popes he judged to be among 'the most influential in history'. With this book, readers may now also enjoy Duffy's portraits of ten exceptional men who shook the world. The book begins with St Peter, the Rock upon whom the Catholic Church was built, and follows with Leo the Great (fifth century), Gregory the Great (sixth century), Gregory VII (eleventh century), Innocent III (thirteenth century), Paul III (sixteenth century), and Pius IX (nineteenth century). Among twentieth-century popes, Duffy examines the lives and contributions of Pius XII, who was elected on the eve of the Second World War, the kindly John XXIII, who captured the world's imagination, and John Paul II, the first non-Italian pope in 450 years. Each of these ten extraordinary individuals, Duffy shows, shaped their own worlds, and in the process, helped to create ours.

The Bad Popes

Author : Eric Russell Chamberlin
ISBN : 0880291168
Genre : Religion
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The stories of seven popes who ruled at seven different critical periods in the 600 years leading into the Reformation.

Soldier Of Christ

Author : Robert A. Ventresca
ISBN : 9780674067301
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Soldier of Christ reveals a paradoxical figure: a prophetic reformer of limited vision whose leadership stimulated the emergence of a global Catholicism while sowing doubt and dissension among some of the Church’s most faithful servants. The Cold War and Pius XII’s manner of engaging with the modern world defined his pontificate, Ventresca argues.

Absolute Monarchs

Author : John Julius Norwich
ISBN : 1400067154
Genre : Religion
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A comprehensive, rollicking, and timely history of the papacy.

The Anti Enlightenment Tradition

Author : Zeev Sternhell
ISBN : 9780300135541
Genre : Philosophy
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In this masterful work of historical scholarship, Zeev Sternhell, an internationally renowned Israeli political scientist and historian, presents a controversial new view of the fall of democracy and the rise of radical nationalism in the twentieth century. Sternhell locates their origins in the eighteenth century with the advent of the Anti-Enlightenment, far earlier than most historians. The thinkers belonging to the Anti-Enlightenment (a movement originally identified by Friederich Nietzsche) represent a perspective that is antirational and that rejects the principles of natural law and the rights of man. Sternhell asserts that the Anti-Enlightenment was a development separate from the Enlightenment and sees the two traditions as evolving parallel to one another over time. He contends that J. G. Herder and Edmund Burke are among the real founders of the Anti-Enlightenment and shows how that school undermined the very foundations of modern liberalism, finally contributing to the development of fascism that culminated in the European catastrophes of the twentieth century.

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