The Sacraments in the Catholics church symbolize God’s invisible grace. Also Sacraments is the Catholic theology of justification, and is believed by Catholics when an individual receives a Sacrament he/her’s darkened soul would be cleansed of sins. But now that we know what a Sacrament is, what are the actual Sacraments? The Sacraments In the … More What are the Sacraments?
Philip II Augustus(ruled. 1180-1223), was a king in France. He ruled during a time when King’s did not have a whole lot of power, thanks to the feudal system, the Viking invasions, and also during a time when France was one of the weaker countries in Europe. But what was so significant about Philip II … More How was Philip II Augustus Significant in French History
Throughout history countless people have written books that are like autobiographies, on their lives, legacy, etc. Some of these autobiographies are still read today for many reasons. But what if I consider writing an autobiography someday, what if I want to compress all of my life stories into one book to be read by a … More What Benefits Would I Get From Writing an Autobiography
Christianity has been a very influential religion in the development of western civilization. During the middle ages the Catholic church had pretty high authority and influence, even to the point that it had authority over the nobles and monarchs. But what was the idea of Christendom, what does it mean? Christendom in short is the … More What was Christendom
During the 11th century, the church was troubled by problems and corruption. Monarchs and nobles were appointing the Church officials. The pope at the time Pope Gregory VII, was highly against all of this. In 1075 Gregory held a council that concluded in deposing any church official who was appointed by monarchs or nobles, also … More The Events That Took Place During the Conflict Between Pope Gregory VII and Henry IV. What was at Stake?
During the 10th/11th centuries there was a fair bit of corruption in the church. This corruption brought about numerous problems for the church itself; but what were these problems that were affecting the church? Around this time because of all the corruption reforms were made to put the church back into correct order. One of … More What Were the Problems Besetting the Church in the 10th and 11th Centuries? What was “Moderate Reform”?
Mark Twain(1835-1910), is probably one of the most famous and beloved authors in American history. He has written many famous works including the famous Tom Sawyer, which are still read today. Twain is famous for his unique humor, which is seen in many of his novels. Twain later in life even wrote an autobiography, which … More What Can I Do to Make My Autobiography Less Disjointed Than Twain’s
William the Conqueror(ruled 1066-1087), was a king in England. Before he was king he was the Duke of Normandy, but when Alfred the Great the king of England at the time died without leaving an heir this all changed. Of course a situation like this leads to fighting for the throne, which exactly did happen … More What Changes Did William the Conqueror Introduce in England
During the 9th/10th century Europe was getting raided quite often by the Vikings, making the situation rather unsafe, especially because of the fact that the king(s) was basically completely useless when it came to protecting the people from these raids. So because of these issues and the lack of safety, the people were now on … More Feudalism and Manorialism
George W. Plunkitt(1842-1924), was a Tammany Hall politician during the 19th/20th century. During the past few weeks I have been reading Plunkitt’s autobiography, which is not really a personal autobiography(there is absolutely no information on his personal life in the book), but more of a political autobiography. Plunkitt’s autobiography contains many details on his political … More Why do I Think Plunkitt Was so Open About How He Made His Money