Theo 101 Week 10 Lecture Notes
Theo 101 Week 10 Lecture Notes 101/41603
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Theology Week 10 Lecture Notes Jews in Christian Society o Berbers tribe in North Africa Augustine comes from a berber family 0 Once Christianity becomes religion of the empire there is a lot of pressure on JewsMuslimspagans to convert 0 Anyone who is not Christian is suspect o Ghettos form Jewish ghetto in Rome 0 Very difficult to be anything other than Christian 0 Jews only outsiders who remain Restricted from their homes confines to specific part of city Men yellow hats women yellow bandanas Chrsitianity begins as a sect ofJudaism 9 forget Jewish roots Jews could not appear in public during Easter Could not exercise authority over a Christian Could not acquire and be in politics Subject to persecutions be stolen from Had a curfew 1290 expelled from England 1306 expelled from London popular prejudice based on economic resentment forced towards the arts money lenders Jews could charge interest and Christians could not Jews blamed through rumors for killing Christians and that they did not accept Christ so as a result they lost God s faith Development of Theology O 0 Early Church apologetic defenders of faith Bishops are usually theologians Early Medieval Period west cathedral schools with monks and monasteries preserving the theological heritage of the West Occurred during the quotDark ages Political intellectual vacuum Monks monasteries preserve heritage of West Late Medieval Period 0 Development of Universities Paris Bologna Oxford 0 Guilds of Scholars Theology Law canonsecular Medicine Universities 0 Receive charters from Popes o Pontifical universities offer church degrees 0 doctor teacher 0 method in theology scholastic o theological method until V St Thomas Aquinas O 0 quotd u m box quotdoctor of church o quotangelic doctor 0 Family Affluent and ambitious Want him to become a Benedictine 9 stay in 1 place become Abbot leader of monastery Benedictine stability 1 place Dominicans mendicants originally a begging order travel itinerant preach and teach Looking for a way to improve their fortunes Thomas wants to be a Dominican Brothers lock him in a castle for 1 year and bring a prostitute to change his mind but he doesnot Becomes a Dominican Writes Summa Theologiae summary of theology Major Themes More positive about humans and creation He influences Julain of Norwich Faith cannot contradict reason both are important Reason can neither provedisprove the Trinity Doesn t mean they don t exist God primary cause 9 humans are given free will If humans act good it s because of God If humans hadn t sinned God would not have to become Human Anselm pay off sins commercial transaction Franciscans God still would ve became human Summa Theologiae 1 where do humans come from 2 Where are they going how 3 What enables them to go Method State a question yesno answer Arugments against Biblical authority on other side of issue Personal response
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