Christian Dualist Heresies in the Byzantine World, C. 650-c. 1450: Selected Sources

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Janet Hamilton, Bernard Hamilton, Yuri Stoyanov
Manchester University Press, 1998 - 327 sider
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Christian dualism originated in the reign of Constans II (641-68) It was a popular religion, which shared with Orthodoxy an acceptance of Scriptural authority and apostolic tradition and held a sacramental doctrine of salvation, but understood all these in a radically different way from the Orthodox Church. One of the differences was the strong part demonology played in the belief system. This book traces through original sources the origins of dualist Christianity throughout the Byzantine Empire, focusing on the Paulician movement in Armenia and Bogomilism in Bulgaria. Not only does it present the theological texts, but puts the movements into their social and political context. This fascinating source book brings into English translation, many for the first time, these extraordinary sources of information on a major religious movement which continued until the thirteenth century and emerged in Western Europe in the form of Catharism.
  

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Historical introduction
1
Paulician population transfers under Constantine V 74175
57
The empress Irene 780802 and the Paulicians
58
Alleged Paulicians in Constantinople in the early ninth century
59
Theodore of Studium d 826 opposes the death penalty for heresy
60
St Macarius of Pelecete converts a Paulician in prison
61
Renewed persecution of the Paulicians in Asia Minor and the matyrs of Amorium
62
Peter of Sicilys History of the Paulicians 870
65
A letter of the patriarch Cosmas 107581 against the Bogomils
165
Alexius Comnenus 10811118 and the Paulicians
166
Extracts from Euthymius Zigabenus Dogmatic Panoply against the Paulicians and the Messalians
171
Anna Comnenas account of the trial of the Bogomil Basil c 1098
175
Extracts from Euthymius Zigabenus Dogmatic Panoply against the Bogomils
180
Abjuration formula and form of reception into
207
The Patriarch Michael II 114346 orders the burning
215
The Patriarch Cosmas 114647 is deposed for favouring
222

an abridgement of Peter of Sicily
92
The death of the Paulician leader Chrysocheir c 878
96
Theophylact Lecapenus 93356 writes to Tsar Peter of Bulgaria about Bogomils
98
Abjuration formulae tenth century for Paulician converts to orthodoxy
102
Theodore metropolitan of Nicaea 956 writes about Paulicians in Euchaita
110
St Paul of Latrus d 9556 converts Paulicians near Miletus
113
John I Tzimisces 96976 setdes Paulicians at Philippopolis
114
clauses about Bogomils
134
Paulicians in eleventhcentury southern Italy
139
St Lazarus the wonderworker converts Paulicians near Ephesus before 1054
141
Euthymius of the Periblepton condemns Bogomils c 1045
142
The Paulicians of Philippopolis ally with the Patzinaks c 1050
164
Popular beliefs about Bogomilism recounted
233
The mission of papa Nicetas of Constantinople
250
The Fourth Crusade and the Paulicians of Philippopolis 1205
259
Pope Gregory IX 122741 urges the king of Hungary
265
An Italian inquisitors view of Bogomilism c 1250
275
St Theodosius of Trnovo c 1350 legislates against Bogomils
282
The Ritual of Radoslav the Christian
289
Glossary
298
Bibliography
304
Index
319
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Hamilton teaches Classics at the Open University.

Bernard Hamilton is Professor of Crusading History at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of The Crusades.

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