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Department
Religious Studies
Course
RELG 205
Professor
Antone Minard
Semester
Fall

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History of the Christian Church November 21, 2012  • Rise of Medieval Universities o Bologna could be oldest (1088)  o Revolves around an argument  Have all of the information that you need, but you have to reason  through it o Institution disputatio (disputation)  Go to university, hang out, read stuff, sometimes lectures, course  of study in theology, arguments in Latin • Public disputation (teacher/student; teacher/teacher;  student/student) • Less formal than our system  Have examinations (PHD oral exams) o Comes out of Medieval mindset o 11  century Europe o Studied Theology (Pierre Abelard)   Most famous for: love affair with Heloise  Two Greek words   Theos: God  Logos: Word • Closed to most people (mostly in Latin) o Very high class • Religious developments in popular culture • Theology vs. Vernacular religion (mass, popular, folk) o Transubstantiation  Substance (essence) – the thing that makes it what it is  Accidents (happenstance) – long tail  Wine and Bread – moment where is magical during the mass when  the substance wine and bread go
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