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Faith, Ethics and Church
Writing in England, 1360-1409

 

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Faith, Ethics and Church
Writing in England, 1360-1409

by David Aers (Author)

 

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ISBN: 9780859915618

 

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Presents examination of key texts - Chaucer to Wyclif - sheds light on medieval spirituality.


The relationship between versions of the late medieval Church, faith, ethics and the lay powers, as explored in a range of late fourteenth- and early fifteenth-century texts written in England, is the subject of this book. It argues that they disclose strikingly diverse models of Christian discipleship, and examines the sources and consequences of such differences. Issues investigated include whether the Church could shape modern communities and individual identities, and how it could combine its status as a major landlord and trader without being assimilated by the various networks of earthly power and profit. The book begins with Chaucer's treatment of received versions of faith, ethics and the Church, and moves via St Thomas, Ockham, Nicholas Love, Gower, the Gawain-poet and Langland (who pursues the issues with particular intensity and focus) to Wyclif's construal of Christian discipleship in relation to his projected reform of the Church. Interdisciplinary in approach, the book will be of interest to all those studying late medieval Christianity and literature. David Aers is Professor of English and Professor of Historical Theology at Duke University.


 

ISBN 859915611
ISBN13 9780859915618
Publisher D.S. Brewer
Format Hardback
Publication date 13/07/2000
Pages 168
Weight (grammes) 408
Published in United Kingdom
Height (mm) 234
Width (mm) 156

Faith, ethics and communities
faith, ethics and Chaucer
justice and wage-labour after the Black Death - some perplexities for William Langland
Christianity for courtly subjects - or Pelagius Redivivus
reflections on Gower as "Sapiens in ethics and politics"
John Wyclif's understanding of Christian discipleship.