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Medieval Theology – 10 Free Classics!

Medieval Theology Free Classics

This Reading Guide on Medieval Theology of the First Millennium is a follow-up to our guides on the Theology of the Early Christians and the Theology of First Millennium. The works it contains span basically the years 1000-1300 C.E. In addition to translations of primary work, we include a few historical / biographical works that highlight how theology developed in this era.

Here are ten theology classics from the medieval era that are available as FREE ebooks!

Life of St. Francis of Assisi
Paul Sabatier

“The saints, perhaps, gain something in the respect of the superstitious; but their lives lose something of virtue and of communicable strength. Forgetting that they were men like ourselves, we no longer hear in our conscience the command, “Go and do likewise.” It is then a work of piety to seek behind the legend for the history. Is it presumptuous to ask our readers to try to understand the thirteenth century and love St Francis? They will be amply rewarded for the effort and will soon find an unexpected charm in these too meager landscapes, these incorporate souls, these sickly imaginations which will pass before their eyes. Love is the true key of history. ” (from the Introduction)


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