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The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary Life and Death of the Medieval Cathars Stephen O'Shea (September ) $ (pp) In broad terms, the Cathar drama was played out between in the Foix-Toulouse-Albi-Carcassonne-Béziers area of Languedoc. The Perfect Heresy by Stephen. O'Shea ISBN ISBN Paperback; London: Profile Books Ltd, ; ISBN
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From the author of another fine and original book, Back to the Front, The Perfect Heresy provides an insightful up-to-date review of that most difficult subject, the Albigensian Crusade and the story of the Cathars, whose (lost) lives were at the heart of it.
Yes, this is the story (more or The Perfect Heresy book which inspired some of the most insipid best /5(70). The "perfect" heresy is little discussed in any religious or philosophical depth.
However, the book is a remarkable look into medieval feudal and religous politics, with Church and Lordships pulling from both sides of the rope. Excellent reading for those interested in the history of southern France or visiting Languedoc.
I highly recommend /5(). Pretty easy read and fairly short. I read it in one day on my commute to/from work. Though this is a book for PK's and MK's/TCK's, I would have to say this is more aimed at PK's and though all of the issues that PK's deal with can be applied to MK's, there are some major issues that are not discussed in the book concerning MK's that I wished The Perfect Heresy book had touched on more deeply/5(15).
The Perfect Heresy: In broad terms, the Cathar drama was played out between in the Foix-Toulouse-Albi-Carcassonne-Béziers area of Languedoc.
It began with the Cathars’ peaceful rejection of the grasping Roman Catholic Church and its plutocratic bishops; 5/5. Buy a cheap copy of The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary book by Stephen O'Shea. Jongleurs performing troubadour poetry in fields and groves frequently dominate our images of Medieval Southern France.
While the 12th century reveled in songs of Free shipping over $/5(5). By the time the wars were finally over, the ancient social fabric of the Languedoc had been destroyed, the territory of France reached as far as the Mediterranean, and a terrifying new force—the Inquisition—had been unleashed that would torment Europe for Perfect Heresy eloquently chronicles the life and death of the Cathar.
The authors have created a sort of anti-Book of Virtues in this encyclopedic compendium of the ways and means of power. Everyone wants power and everyone is in a constant duplicitous game to gain more power at the expense of others, according to Greene, a screenwriter and former editor at Esquire (Elffers, a book packager, designed the volume, with its attractive marginalia).
Undoubtedly, The Perfect Heresy is light by academic standards – this is a book on medieval history that manages to quote the movie Pulp Fiction – but the tone is ideal for the general reader, and the balance between information and entertainment impeccable. Even O’Shea’s extensive chapter notes are accessibly written and interesting.
It was the Perfect, the black-robed visitors to St. Félix, who were the true, seditious Cathars. An austere class of monks-in-the-world, the Perfect showed by example alone that there was a way out of the cycle of reincarnation.
Their holiness made them living saints, equal in stature, in Pages: Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary Life and Death () by O'Shea, Stephen/5(). Stephen O'Shea's book, THE PERFECT HERESY is extremely readable, and if you're on your way to Languedoc and want to know more about the Cathars, this is a good read.
However, be warned, the book is a bit biased, and there are some factual errors/5(90). The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary Life and Death of the Cathars by O'Shea, Stephen and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Rejecting the authority of the Church, and claiming a series of contrary beliefs, it was considered "perfect heresy" ie complete and utter heresy.
Nobles, monks, popes and kings star in this story of the "abattoir Christianity" of conflict encompassing religious and secular motivation over decades. Heresy is the story of a group of abused, misfit, survivor women in the Wild West who find each other and through Robin Hood type outlawing, fund their sanctuary and keep a hideout town afloat.
The relationships between the women is tastefully done, tragically told and are heartbreakingly beautiful, each woman at the Heresy Ranch for their own /5.
Heresy has been a concern in Christian communities at least since the writing of the Second Epistle of Peter: "even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them" (2 Peter ).In the first two or three centuries of the early Church, heresy and schism were not clearly distinguished.
Ye gods and little fiishes, what a ghastly thing the Catholic Church is. Reading this book about the treatment meted out to the unquestionably heretical Cathars, or "the Perfect" as they called themselves, makes me feel sorry for the "saints" and "holy" men involved in the brutal and complete suppression of this dualisticin which they seem to have believed unquestioningly, must /5(6).
Full of colourful and passionate personalities, The Perfect Heresy sheds new light on the 13th century and on the timelessness of religious intolerance. About the Author Stephen O'Shea. An ancient heresy of the distinction between two types of Christians, carnal and Spirit-filled, is the heresy of perfectionism.
Perfectionism teaches that there is a class of Christians who achieve moral perfection in this life. To be sure, credit is given to the Holy Spirit as the agent who brings total victory over sin to the Christian.
The Perfect Heresy eloquently chronicles the life and death of the Cathar movement—one of Western civilization’s most mind-boggling tales.
As he did in his highly praised Back to the Front, Stephen O’Shea brings long-ago events to life though the energy of his prose and the clarity of his insight. Like "The Perfect Heresy", I hope to be entertained as well as informed, and to be left with the sense of wanting to know more.
This book is highly recommended, whether you know anything about the Albigensian Crusades before commencing to read or not; well worth reading/5. Buy The Perfect Heresy: The Revolutionary Life and Death of the Medieval Cathars by Stephen O'Shea online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.Perfect (also known as a Parfait in French or Perfectus in Latin) was the name given by Bernard of Clairvaux to the leader of the medieval Christian religious movement of southern France and northern Italy commonly referred to as the Perfect were not clerics in any way, but were merely members who had become ‘adepts’ in the teaching, and whose role was that of aiding the.
The Perfect Heresy The Life and Death of the Cathars. Stephen O'Shea. Paperback. (21 May ) £ eBook (ePUB/MOBI)? (26 May ) £ The Friar of Carcassonne is his third book of medieval history.
He currently lives with his two daughters in Providence, Rhode Island.