By Christoph T. Maier
This e-book provides an variation of seventeen manuscript sermon texts for the preaching of the crusades from the 13th to the early fourteenth centuries through 5 favourite students and churchmen. nearly all of those texts have by no means been revealed ahead of. those sermons are exact assets for the research of the crusades and medieval preaching, shiny parts of medieval reviews in either educational educating and learn. Accompanying the Latin texts is an English translation, making those resources available to a much broader circle of scholars and students.
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Eudes thus derived three aspects of the main theme of `conversion' from the initial Bible verse. He then discussed these three aspects in the three main 28 30 James II, 10, 21. James II, 33±46. 29 31 James II, 11±12, 13±16, 17±20, 22±5, 26±9, 30±2. 32 James II, 18±20, 35, 40. Eudes I, 1. 33 In this way, Eudes presented an interpretation of the initial Bible verse, divided into three parts, with the main theme of `conversion' providing the structural framework of the overall argument. The ®rst section about the act of conversion is much longer than the other two.
Eudes could simply lose these references in the second part of the recorded text. In fact, what we are left with is a sermon text which would read just the same had the references to the Mongols been left out. 29 A preacher using this model could easily have adapted the arguments to any occasion at which he wanted to preach, no matter which crusade he was preaching for. It is impossible to say to what extent the extant version of this sermon was altered from the sermon originally preached in 1241, but it seems clear that in the process of recording Eudes consciously, though also somewhat haphazardly, edited this sermon to serve as a model for all kinds of crusade preaching, while 28 29 See Eudes II, 2, 3, 6.
The texts and their structure 43 wood that sweetens' from Ecclesiasticus 38: 5, the initial Bible verse, as the structural leitmotiv. 55 The remainder of this relatively short model consists of a succession of points made as variations on this theme. 58 This may explain why, compared to the other crusade model sermons, they present material for one clearly de®ned line of argument developed in direct relationship with the interpretation of one speci®c Bible passage. Preachers using these models were given a fairly complete structure for their sermons without much room for elaboration or adaptation to different biblical verses.