Pain and suffering in medieval theology : academic debates at the University of Paris in the thirteenth century

Donald Mowbray.
Year 2009
Publisher Boydell Press
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Contents

Thirteenth-century theological ideas about human pain and suffering and the Passion of Christ -- Gendering pain : theological ideas about female and male suffering -- Pain as a restorative power : voluntary suffering and satisfaction for sin -- The intellectual development of limbo : pain, children and original sin -- Anima separata : masters of theology and the controversy surrounding the suffering of the separated soul -- Defining the corporeal : suffering in hell according to masters of theology at Paris, c. 1230-c. 1280.

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Title
Pain and suffering in medieval theology : academic debates at the University of Paris in the thirteenth century
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Donald Mowbray.
Author*
Mowbray, Donald
Publisher
Boydell Press
Year
2009
Language
eng
ISBN
9781843834618 · 1843834618
LC Control No.
2009280053
Description*
x, 192 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references (p. 165-186) and index.
Dewey Class. No.
233.11
Type
Book
Keywords
Pain · Suffering · Theology · Religious Aspects · Christianity · History Of Doctrines · History

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