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Introduction to the History of Christianity A.D. 590-1314 by F J Foakes Jackson

Frederick John Foakes Jackson [1855-1941], An Introduction to the History of Christianity A.D. 590-1314

Today’s free book is F J Foakes-Jackson’s history of the Medieval Church, which covers the period 590-1314 AD. This public domain title was digitised from the copy held in Spurgeon’s College library.

Frederick John Foakes Jackson [1855-1941], An Introduction to the History of Christianity A.D. 590-1314. London: MacMillan & Co. Ltd., 1921. Hbk. pp.390. [Click here to visit the download page for this title]

Contents

  • Preface
  1. The Pillars of the Medieval Church
  2. The Church and the Empire
  3. The So-Called Dark Ages
  4. The Church Emopire of the West
  5. The Revival and Reorganisation of Papacy
  6. The Crusades
  7. Learning and Heresy in the Early Middle Ages
  8. The Medieval Church as a Disciplinary Institution
  9. The Friars—The Schoolmen—The Universities
  10. The Papacy and the House of Hohenstaufen
  11. The French Monarchy and the Papacy
  12. England
  13. A Survey of Society
  14. Dante and the Decay of Medievalism
  • Important Popes
  • Index

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