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De la christianisation de l'Islande et de sa signification

 
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PostPosted: Thu 22 Oct 2015 - 13:19    Post subject: De la christianisation de l'Islande et de sa signification Reply with quote

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L'auteur se penche sur ce que l'on pourrait qualifier de "mode" Chrétienne en Islande, ou vraisemblablement devenir Chrétien et surtout, l'afficher, est un signe important dans le tissu social de l'Islande du XIème... je vous laisse découvrir l'article qui, s'il ne rentre pas dans les détails pourra toutefois intéresser certains.


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“To become Christian did not necessarily entail greater religiousness or deeper religious devotion but centred rather on how people synchronized their everyday lives, both religious and secular, in accordance with Christian doctrine and the laws imposed by the Roman Church. However, social transformations do not emerge exclusively from political or administrative institutions, such as the Church or other ruling authority; they also emerge interactively, through the general public, who are equally capable of exercising power by taking part in societal discourse.”

As such the church at Þórarinsstaðir should perhaps be foremost understood as the powerful expression of a local magnate, bent on furnishing his farm with a new “spiritual home” and signalling his conversion to Christianity, but rather witnessing to his continued involvement in the cultural networks spanning the northern Viking diaspora. As such, It is argued “that to become Christian was a simultaneous ecclesiastical and worldly transformation taking place at all levels of medieval European society”.


http://www.medievalhistories.com/early-medieval-church-at-thorarinsstadir-n…
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