Posts Tagged: Middle-Ages

St. Nicholas’ Church in Tallinn | Церковь Нигулисте | NIGULISTE Kirik

St. Nicholas’ Church in Tallinn | Церковь Нигулисте | NIGULISTE Kirik

St. Nicholas’ Church (Niguliste kirik) is a medieval former church in Tallinn, Estonia. It was dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron of the fishermen and sailors. Originally built in...

Church History in 5 Moments | Catholic Central

Church History in 5 Moments | Catholic Central

– How old are you here? – Uh, like three I guess. – You haven’t changed a bit. – What? But I’m so much taller! And I’ve got this...

Black Cats & Bad Luck

Black Cats & Bad Luck

Hello my good friends, how are you? I hope I find you in good health Today’s video is rather short, after all it’s a Sunday video, therefore it’s not...

First Crusade Part 1 of 2

First Crusade Part 1 of 2

In the Middle Ages, Europe and the Middle East were divided between Christian states, or Christendom, and Muslim states. They were uneasy neighbours, and frequently at war. On the...

Judaism, Islam and the survival of ancient Greek texts

Judaism, Islam and the survival of ancient Greek texts

[Music] I’m in the Metropolitan Museum of Art with dr. Ronnie Poe Ellis who has tremendous expertise in medieval Iberia this period of transformation where three cultures are interacting...

Defining the Humanities: Medieval Christianity

Defining the Humanities: Medieval Christianity

[MUSIC] As meaning making animals we’re going about making meanings and thinking about meanings all the time, in our personal lives, in our political lives, in our, in our...

Saved by Grace Alone

Saved by Grace Alone

Augustine taught that we are saved by grace alone. He was absolutely unambiguous and clear about that. And the later medieval Augustinians, many of them taught we are saved...

Did Christianity Cause the Dark Ages?

Did Christianity Cause the Dark Ages?

one of the most common accusations levied against Christianity today is that it is antithetical to scientific advancement and societal cohesion had it not been for the hole left...

How to be an Atheist in Medieval Europe

How to be an Atheist in Medieval Europe

my agenda for this series of lectures is summed up by the Catholic philosopher Charles Taylor who asks why was it virtually impossible not to believe in God in...

Medieval Christian Church

Medieval Christian Church

breeding students and welcome to another edition of mr. Sollers social studies podcasts I'd like to begin today by talking about the Christian medieval church and we're going to...