Christianity and the Carolingians - Part 06 - The Western Empire, the Church and Caesaro Papism: II

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The missions in the West under the Carolingians most concerned the Saxons and some of the Scandinavians and Slavs. Saint Boniface was disturbed by the meshing together of politics and religion in Frankish policy. So was the great scholar-monk Alcuin. And this aside from the difficulties of dealing with Germanic, Slavic, and Norse Paganism in and of themselves. Taken from the Roman Forum Gardone Symposium 2007 - Christianity and the Carolinigians (751-896).

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