Christianity and Islam in Spain by Charles Reginald Haines

By Charles Reginald Haines

Charles Reginald Haines had produced a close research protecting quite a few issues. many of the subject matters lined contain Invasion of Spain through the barbarians; interval of Gothic rule, touchdown of Abdurrahman, plants and Maria, uncertain martyrs, insurrection of Spaniards opposed to Arabs, Khalifate stored through Abdurrahman III, Arab factions, lines of amalgamation of religions, Mutual impacts of the 2 creeds, and impression of Mohammedanism.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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4] [1] "Mem. ," i. sec. 29. " [3] "Ind. ," sec. 3. "[3] He also sought to defend the practice of reviling Mohammed by the plea that exorcism was allowed against the devil, which is sufficiently ridiculous; but Alvar goes further, and calmly assures us that these insults and revilings of the prophet were merely a form of preaching[4] to the poor benighted Moslems, naïvely remarking that the Scriptures affirm that the Gospel of Christ must be preached to all nations. " The second count[5] against the martyrs was that they had worked no miracles--a serious deficiency in an age when miracles were almost the test of sanctity.

Sec 5; Dozy, ii. 268. [4] Alvar ad Saulum, sec. ," ii. Pref. sec. " This appears to be a quotation from the Gothic liturgy. _ [8] Romanus and Sebastianus, Samson, Pref, sec. 6. Not only did many of the clergy hold heretical views, but their depravity was notorious. [4] It is not surprising, therefore, that bishops and clergy were sometimes deposed. Samson, indeed, underwent this disgrace at the hands of a hostile faction under Hostegesis, on the ground of his pretended heresy; and, similarly, Valentius,[5] Bishop of Cordova, was deprived of his see because he was a supporter of Samson.

44, "Bless them that curse you, and pray for them that despitefully use you:" Pet. ii. " CHAPTER V. 35 [3] Eusebius iv. 15. See Neander, i. p. 150. D. ) [4] Martyred 258. [5] See Long's "M. , p. 21. [6] Burton's "History of the Christian Church," p. 336. [7] 1740-1748: in his "De Servorum Dei beatificatione et beatorum canonizatione," Bk. iii. 16, sec. 7. Fleury, v. 541. The charges against the zealots were twofold, that there had been no persecution worthy of the name, such as to justify their doings, and that those doings themselves were contrary to the teaching and spirit of Christianity.

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