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Adrumetum African Christianity African Church amongst Arian attack authority barbarian barbarism Bello Vand Berber Bishop of Carthage Boissier Boniface Byzacene canons Catholicism Catholics caused century Church of Africa Church of Carthage civilization conquered conquerors conquest consecrated Constantinople Council of Carthage Council of Hippo Cyprian danger death declared dioceses districts Donatism Donatists doubt ecclesiastical edict Emperor Empire episcopate Eugenius exile faith favour forced frontier Fulgentius Gaiseric Gildo Gregory Gunthamund Hefele heresy heretics Hilderic Hippo Hunneric Ibn Khaldoun Imperial inhabitants invaders Justinian Kairouan king land Latrie Manichaeism Mauritania Mohammedan monasteries Monothelites Moorish Moors Morcelli Numidia once oppressed organization orthodox peace persecution political Pope population prelate priests Primate Proconsularis Procop Procopius Prosper Tyro Province ravaged reign religious resistance restored Roman Rome Saracens schism schismatics seemed shewed Sicily soon St Augustine suffered synod terrible Theophanes Thrasamund tribes Tripoli utmost Vandals Victor Vit Victor Vitensis violence Vita whole
الصفحة 3 - Tertullian was the first Latin writer, at least the first who commanded the public ear ; and there is strong ground for supposing that, since Tertullian quotes the sacred writings perpetually and copiously, the earliest of those many Latin versions, noticed by Augustine, and on which Jerome grounded his Vulgate, were African.
الصفحة 232 - ... and the monkish chroniclers tell us that after their arrival, churches were erected in almost every village, and monasteries were seen to arise in the towns and cities designed in the new style of architecture. From Doomsday Book we learn that the number of churches had increased to such an extent, that at the time of its compilation there were no less than seventeen hundred in existence.
الصفحة 2 - In the development of Christianity Africa plays the very first part ; if it arose in Syria, it was in and through Africa that it became the religion for the world. As the translation of the sacred books from the Hebrew language into the Greek, and that into the popular language of the most considerable Jewish community out of Judaea, gave to Judaism its position in the world, so in a similar way for the...
الصفحة 61 - Circumcelliones, and roundly asserts that "perhaps the cruelties of the barbarians would be light in comparison." He declares that these fanatics were pledged to subvert the social order of the province, that they repudiated just debts and released legal slaves. Their conduct deprived them of all claim to the consideration due to those who had honestly made a mistake. If they 1 "plures in ejus corpore cicatrices quam membra numerantur.
الصفحة 27 - The slow progress of the gospel in the cold climate of Gaul was extremely different from the eagerness with which it seems to have been received on the burning sands of Africa.
الصفحة 13 - But after this the Emperors took care to keep the most fertile parts of the chief granary of Rome in their own hands, and we find Solomon refusing to grant the lands of the Vandals to his victorious army, on the express plea that they belonged as a matter of right to the Imperial Treasury6. 1 Victor Vit. i. 3 ; Prosper, de Promissionibus, n. 38. 2 "ita enim generale in eis malum impuritatis est, ut quicumque ex eis impudicua desierit, Afer non esse videatur.
الصفحة 13 - There was however a terrible reverse to the picture. The streets, if stately, were unsafe ; robbers and murderers lurked in the 'side alleys to seize the unwary passer by. Prostitution and still grosser vices were unblushingly practised in the full light of day, and a man who kept himself...
الصفحة 250 - This might have happened and at one time appeared almost likely to happen, but the uncompromising attitude of African Christianity nipped the first promise of Moorish Christianity in the bud. The Berber character was narrow but strong. Seizing upon certain vital principles of doctrine, it disregarded the rest and was prepared to sacrifice everything rather than give way in the matters on which it had pinned its faith. Extreme veneration for personal piety, separation from all weaker brethren and...
الصفحة 88 - ... it impracticable to summon a general synod in Africa". Such is the picture drawn by the historians of the ravages of the Vandal invaders. But it is not clear that some of the colours are not unduly heightened by religious and national resentment. No Vandal writer ever arose to give a second account of the war, and there is much in the statements of Victor and Possidius to shew the need of caution in accepting their facts as literally true.