Here the great Catholic historian Hilaire Belloc analyzes 5 of the greatest heresies of all time: Arianism, Mohammedanism (Islam), Albigensianism, Protestantism, and "the Modern Attack," showing that the world would be vastly different today if Arianism or Albigensianism had survived--and how it is different because Protestantism survived. He predicts the re-emergence of Islam; explains how the Modern Attack is the worst threat to the Catholic Church ever.
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Hilaire Belloc was born at St. Cloud, France, in 1870. He and his family moved to England upon his father s death, where he took first-class honors in history at Balliol College in Oxford, graduating in 1895. It has been stated that his desire was to rewrite the Catholic history of both France and England. He wrote hundreds of books on the subjects of history, economics, and military science, as well as novels and poetry. His works include The Great Heresies, Europe and the Faith, Survivals and New Arrivals, The Path to Rome, Characters of the Reformation, and How the Reformation Happened.
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Descripción TAN Books., 1991. Soft cover. Estado de conservación: New. The Great Heresies. By Hilaire Belloc. Published by TAN Books. 1991. ISBN 0895554755 / ISBN 9780895554758. New 5.5 x 0.4 x 8.2 inches softcover. 161 Pages. --- Orders are shipped with a printed sale transaction. Same day or next business-day mailing. Free online tracking for deliveries within the United States. Nº de ref. de la librería ABE-1501333567842
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