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the Lateran Council in 1215 was the most important council of the Middle Ages

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It was not until the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215 that the Roman church adopted "transubstantiation.
Sanchez Ameijeiras argues that the Sarmental portal was intended for a semi-private ecclesiastical audience, and that the uniformity and severity of the character of both the Sarmental portal and Amiens are a consequence of the austere reforms of the Fourth Lateran Council (1215).
The Fourth Lateran Council in 1215 barred Jews from exacting excessive interest.
With respect to Roman Catholic theologians, von Balthasar's affirmation of the difference between God and creatures, a still greater dissimilarity between God and creatures within such great similarity, following the Fourth Lateran Council [1215], is best interpreted in light of the crucified Jesus as the ground of analogy between God and humanity (80).
One of the most direct dogmatic formulations of this absolute distance of God is found in the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215.
The Fourth Lateran Council as the climax of Innocent's pontificate and sermon six are aptly described by the translators as a "magnificent keynote discourse" for an extraordinary papal career (51).
The ecclesiastical section includes such important theological sources as the writings of Augustine and Jerome, historical sources from Bede and the Northumbrian priests, as well as canon law material from Gratian, Lombard, Aquinas and the Fourth Lateran Council.
As should be clear, this is an argument for change--from a heterogeneity of representation in the tenth century (the starting point of his study) to the homogeneity decreed by the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215.
Those sins (such as barratry, scolding, chiding, and cursing) were seen as socially disruptive and therefore dangerous; they were given a great deal of attention in the genre of pastoral literature which expanded following the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215.
The translated sermons in this volume allow us further insight into the complex mindset of the individual who sought to promote both institutional and spiritual reform, who not only sponsored the Franciscans, and presided over the Fourth Lateran Council, but who also launched the Albigensian and Fourth Crusades.
In 1215, at the initiative of Pope Innocent III, the Fourth Lateran Council adopted a series of measures against the Jewish population of Europe, including trade boycotts, social ostracism, and the wearing of a distinctive badge that visibly branded Jews as a race of outcasts.
But the engagement ring - an invention introduced by Pope Innocent III at the Fourth Lateran Council in 1215 to extend the waiting period between betrothal and marriage - is something the woman you want to wed will have imagined glinting on her finger at least three times a day since the age of four.
To put the year focused upon into a familiar and historical context, Danziger and Gillingham tell us it was the time of the Crusades; the clergyman later to be known as St Francis of Assisi founded the mendicant order of monks; Pope Innocent III presided over the Fourth Lateran Council and Peking fell to Genghis Khan.
And despite the compression, the same topic might appear more than once--for example, the Fourth Lateran Council.
The third part is devoted to the thirteenth century with a good survey of 'social structures', an examination of Pope Innocent's reign, the work of the Fourth Lateran Council and the growing importance of political structures in shaping mediaeval life.