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Mikayla Cole
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mikayla Cole on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to REL 2029 at Louisiana State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 44 views. For similar materials see /class/223092/rel-2029-louisiana-state-university in Religious Studies at Louisiana State University.




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Date Created: 10/13/15
REL 2029 Differences and Divergence a b c d Greek and Latin Churches i Factors e Greek Orthodox f Roman Catholic Church Filioque and from the son meaningjesus Did the holy spirit proceed from the father or from the father and from the son Holy spirit proceeds from god and from the son 1054 AD The Great Schism of 1054 Bishop of Rome and Patriarchs of Empire mutually excommunicate each other Who had right to dictate and what form should the practices of a particular new church formed in Italy take During Crusades Western European Christians attacked and sacked Constantinople head of eastern Christianity G reekEaste rn Orthodox Patriarchs rule by council patriarchal rule is encouragedpracticed Continued importance of the liturgy aka Eucharist Cosmologicaltheological difference greater positive evaluation of material world World is good should be valued Hesychast movement form of eastern orthodox Christian mysticism comes from two words one meaning quiet the other meaning inner stillness Focus on meditation Idea of constant prayer Willingness to embrace mystery Icons most recognizable production of eastern orthodox church An image of a holy figure that leads the viewer to a holy experiences 0 Iconoclasm breaking the image I A byzantine emperor ordered that church stop the worship of icons because it religiously affronted jews and muslims in order to make Christianity more appealing to converts Followed by time of violence in which icons were destroyed churches were burned down armed engagements happened Religious violence abound o Europeans use statues not paintings o Iconic forms I Flat no attempt at 3 dimensional no attempt to make it seem realistic no attempt to portray historically accurate picture I Known for having halos 0 Part of what it means to represent the holy Differences among commonalities REL 2029 o Celebrate holidays on different days how they are celebrated Roman Catholic Church Identified as universal and catholic Bishop of Rome becomes uncontested authority of church 0 Also called quotpopequot 0 Claims to have special authority practically and theologically


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