Christianity in the High Middle Ages - Part 06 - Complications for Reform - Barbarians, Islam, and the Christian East

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Dr. John Rao outlines the Gregorian Reform and the many obstacles in its path. Continued Germanic and other barbarian customs still stood in the way of Christianization and Romanization. The Moslems were again on the advance through the work of the Seljuk Turks. Moreover, Eastern Christianity still found it hard to accept the idea of Papal Supremacy. Taken from: Christianity in the High Middle Ages - 1995 VonHildebrand Institute

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